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Are Remotely Operated Underwater Drones the Future of Fishing?

Source: Scout/Andrew Schadegg - January 10, 2017 in Featured, Science/Tech

Are Remotely Operated Underwater Drones the Future of Fishing?
Photo: PowerVision Robot/YouTube

Las Vegas – The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) always launches interesting new products to the public. However, this year the new PowerRay drone from PowerVision gives the fishing industry something to think about. Aerial drones have been all the rage in the fishing community lately, getting killer shots for your YouTube channel and even help map out some underwater structure from the air. The PowerRay boldly takes the drone where it hasn’t gone before…underwater!

Launched this week at the annual convention in Las Vegas, the PowerRay is a submersible drone geared toward fishing. With the ability to dive to depths of up to 98 feet and sonar capability down to 131 feet, this new technology might be the future of advanced fish finding.

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Video Credit: PowerVision Robot

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