The $15,000 Robotic Cleaning That Removes a Ship's Sludge

The remote-controlled robot that cleans the hull of a ship as big as Tonsberg costs $15,000 for its services. But with a soccer field's worth of sea guck to be removed, it certainly earns its keep. (2:06)

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