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    Biki, underwater robotic fish, Fremont, California, USA


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    Diviing robot clip

    Published on Mar 7, 2017

    So whether you're a fisherman researcher or recreational motor or just someone who's curious about what's below the
    surface this Robotic Fish is the great choice for you.

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    Robotic fish

    Published on Mar 20, 2017

    The robotic fish will be a huge leap forward for fishery research since lights of Robotic Fish BIKI can be used to attract shoals of fish that swim in the deep water during the day.And it really does a great help to fishing.

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    Robo-fish drone takes underwater snaps & video

    Published on Apr 13, 2017

    The Biki drone is a small fish-shaped robot that takes 4K video underwater. It can be operated via phone app or with the waterproof controller (which floats too) and features intelligent image stabilization, GPS-based homing and intelligent obstacle avoidance. Aimed at the consumer market, the Biki is ideal for snorkelling, diving and vacation videos.

    Global Sources Electronics, the world’s largest electronics sourcing show, runs in two phases, April 11-14 and 18-21, at Hong Kong’s AsiaWorld-Expo.

    The first phase includes 3,700 booths, and focuses on consumer electronics, VR & gaming, components and smart living.

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