Project would boost robotics, wind power, aquaculture
The history of Lewes cannot be written without mentioning its relationship with water, but what about its future?
Project ABLE (Align, Build, Leverage and Expand) is developing a Blue Economy Tech Center partnership between academia, government and commercial entities. It plans to use a network of autonomous systems to develop and test other autonomous systems that are focused on addressing environmental and energy needs. The initiative hopes to promote economic development, workforce development and career training in the Lewes area. The kickoff event was held Dec. 20 at the University of Delaware’s College of Earth, Ocean and Environment.
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