University of Essex developed a robot fish called Robocarp. Having artificial intelligence, it has the potential to explore seabed, detect leaks in oil pipes and countercheck water mines.
Fish Project is an award-winning robot. Developed by Queen’s University students, it has servomotors that propel its fins. The robot contains a microcontroller and swims in an aquarium.
Ryomei Engineering, along with two companies, developed a robotic carp called Nishiki Koi. It can swim in reverse, observe oceanic fishes and can survey oilrigs and pipes for damages.