From this month, five robotic swans will be gliding across some of Singapore's reservoirs to monitor raw water quality in real time.
Called Smart Water Assessment Network or Swan, these remote-controlled robot swans - designed to look like the real birds - were jointly developed by national water agency PUB, and the Environmental Research Institute and the Tropical Marine Science Institute of the National University of Singapore.
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