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“ One of my goals is to reduce the risk of shark attack along coastal beaches using environmentally-responsible methods. ”
Although Phantoms fly high in the sky, Dr. Will Robbins is using his to explore the depths of the sea. Currently, many Australian state governments use large airplanes or helicopters to track sharks and warn swimmers of any danger. But Dr. Robbins is on the forefront of a movement pushing use of unmanned systems, both for safety and accuracy. Learn more about his work at www.wildlifemarine.com.au