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Robot Lumberjack Measures Up 300M Underwater Trees Worth $50B
Bare tree
Sawfish, Triton Logging’s submersible robot easily harvests trees at most any depth.
By RBR Staff


According to Triton the Sawfish system was designed specifically for deep water reservoirs and has successfully been deployed for contract remediation projects and harvest operations in extreme conditions in northern Canada, Southeast Asia and the United States.

“There’s a huge potential for growth,” says Russell Taylor, a market analyst and president of the consulting firm International Wood Markets Group Inc. “We’ve seen robust demand in export markets in Korea, India and China, which is the largest furniture exporter in the world.”

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