From: Upstate New York USA
Doesn't seem that unique to me. It's a seaplane. It floats, and takes off from water, and flies. Today's drones do that, except they are mostly designed to take off from land. It's a little different because it is autonomous, but that's about it.
It can go underwater because it's watertight. All ships are watertight. i'm sure it will have an application at some point, but it's not anything surprising. It's just a natural progression of drone tech.
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Formerly known as Colonel Mustard, before I got Slitherine Syndrome.