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Hydronalix CEO Tony Mulligan, left, and John Sullivan cart an unmanned EMILY Hurricane Tracker boat back to their work area during testing at Christopher Columbus Park.
John Sullivan, left, and Hydronalix CEO Tony Mulligan rope one EMILY Hurricane Tracker that had a propulsion failure during recent testing at Christopher Columbus Park.
From a little lagoon in Tucson to raging seas, a tiny unmanned watercraft developed by a Sahuarita company is on course to provide new hurricane-tracking data.
The next time someone is trapped in a rain-swollen wash on the northwest side, EMILY might come roaring to the rescue.
Hydronalix CEO Tony Mulligan stands by as Ken Moritz, the firm's tech support man, puts an EMILY unmanned watercraft in Silverbell Lake for a test drive. Hydronalix hand-assembles the units in Sahuarita.
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