Iran reportedly designed an Unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV)

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World Naval Forces News - Iran
 
 
 
Iran reportedly designed an Unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV)
 
Iranian researchers have built a "smart remote-control submarine" (or UUV unmanned underwater vehicle) with the subsurface speed of 10 meters per second, according to the semi-official Iranian news agency ISNA.

According to ISNA, the submarine, dubbed the ‘Phoenix’, ”also possesses beautiful appearance and capable of carrying out different maneuvers.”
     
Iranian researchers have built a "smart remote-control submarine" (or UUV unmanned underwater vehicle) with the subsurface speed of 10 meters per second, according to the semi-official Iranian news agency ISNA.
Examples of UUV concepts
(picture: Gate Electronik)

     
Weighing 3 kilograms, the Phoenix has a single screw propulsion system and a fin maneuverability system.
It “can carry out surveillance up to one meter,” according to ISNA, adding that a camera can be installed on the submarine and the system can be employed in maritime and military roles.
 

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