These drones can swim

TAKING OFF: Durval Tavares, founder of Aquabotix Technology Corp., an underwater-drone technology company located in Fall River, holds the Endura 100, which has a depth range of 100 meters. Aquabotix last year recorded $1.2 million in sales. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
TAKING OFF: Durval Tavares, founder of Aquabotix Technology Corp., an underwater-drone technology company located in Fall River, holds the Endura 100, which has a depth range of 100 meters. Aquabotix last year recorded $1.2 million in sales. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
When Durval Tavares in 2011 first launched Aquabotix Technology Corp., an underwater-drone technology company, he entered into the recreational space. The idea was to prove his technology before bringing it commercial, a strategy that’s largely worked well for the Fall River-based company. “We produced underwater drones used for recreation, especially for sailors to check their…
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