Ocean eddy currents are an important topic for oceanologists, as they may be the key to understanding global warming and algae production, which contribute to roughly every fourth breath of oxygen.
The German NDR TV station recently featured our Quadroins in the DAS! show, explaining how the Quadroin robots are going to help scientists learn more about the ocean eddies and save massive amounts of time and money as the process becomes automated.
Our CEO and co-founder Dr. Rudolf Bannasch talked about how the Quadroin, created in cooperation with the Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon, uses the advances of evolution to maximize its efficiency underwater.
While the video is in German, you can still check the Quadroin in action:
Video credit: NDR