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Jellyfish Shredding by JEROS

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Published on Aug 22, 2013

The Jellyfish is shredded by fast rotating screws installed underneath JEROS (Jellyfish Elimination RObotic Swarm). The experiment was performed in Masan Bay, South Korea on Aug. 2012.
Our current system may not be a complete solution right now. The current system is designed for not so highly venomous jellyfish such as moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita).
To cope with highly venomous jellyfish, the next version to be developed will transfer the chopped up bits to the surface (to be carried by the robot) rather than just shredding them.

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