Meet iBubble, the world's first intelligent, autonomous, wireless underwater drone

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The success of flying drones has given new impetus to the development of underwater versions, and France’s Notilo Plus company is targeting this market with the launch of its iBubble autonomous drone. Notilo says it will start shipping in the middle of November at prices “from $4,099”. The next batch will ship in January.

Notilo Plus says in its press release: “It comes with an advanced AI system, offering total autonomy and self-learning capabilities. iBubble is equipped with a state-of-the-art obstacle avoidance system, which allows it to smoothly follow a diver, while obtaining images of unparalleled quality for personal or commercial use. It features real-time image recognition [and] a unique stabilization system as well as

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