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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Vietnamese technician shows off remote controlled mini-sub, asks for support

Hoang Sa ROVAn engineering technician in Hue has created a remote controlled submarine that he hopes could be used for exploration tasks.

Le Nga said he spent nearly two years on making the remotely operated underwater vehicle, commonly referred to as an ROV.

He finished it late last year and successfully launched it down the Perfume River, after several test runs at local swimming pools.

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