After more than a month since the little ones Anna y Olivia disappeared with their father, in what is currently being investigated as a parental kidnapping, the experts add to the search all kinds of devices and agents, including canines, that can find the whereabouts of the girls.
The last one arrived precisely this Saturday on the island of Tenerife. This is the oceanographic vessel ‘Ángeles Alvariño’, equipped with a side scan sonar and an underwater robot. Its technology is capable of obtaining digital images of the surface of the seabed and its most common applications include detailed mapping of seabed communities, locating pipes, viaducts or cables, searching for objects or submerged archaeological sites, among others. .
The ship also has an underwater robot, the ROV Liropus 2000, owned by the Spanish Institute of Oceanography, capable of recovering objects in the sea up to 2,000 meters deep. Equipped with seven cameras, it can scan the seabed, send live images, and even collect samples.