High-speed wireless data transmission underwater changes the game for robots and infrastructure

We recently attended a symposium arranged by the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Office of Technology Management, which showcased the university’s commercial-ready (or nearly so) research efforts. At the event, Thomas Riedl and Andrew Singer discussed their work on underwater high-speed w...

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