Wasteshark is a drone by RanMarine which is designed for collecting floating debris in water. It swims through the water to get everything from the micro-plastic and various plastics along with other unwanted material. It has been designed for working in the water in high traffic areas which could also handle navigation in tight and confined areas.
It could lead to smart city of tomorrow which would be compact, graceful, noiseless, modest, and lightweight and can produce zero carbon emissions. It is a kind of learning machines which can gather the data and share the information with our smart city.
It is mainly designed for the purpose of round the clock waste collection which also able to scan and monitor the environment. It can send the data back to central command. The main purpose of it is to get 16 hours a day waste collection along with data collection and transmission.
It is able to clean every possible type of waste which included micro plastics, alien vegetation and also floating debris. It can cover trafficked water, confined spaces as well as tight angles by steering control through remote or plotted. It weights 39 kg and dimension 1556 mm long x 1078 mm wide x 450 m deep. It has the capacity to carry 200 liters.
The wasteshark is designed in order to swim through water and eat its prey with minimum effort and maximum efficiency.