The design, development and deployment of autonomous robotic platform for real-world applications are very challenging. The current robotic system being deployed suffered a number of constraints such as versatility of possible tasks, optimum energy usage, noisy and limited communication medium, degradation of sensor and system performance due to external factors, uncertainties for group deployment in terms of task coordination and fault-tolerant capability and multi-domain integration. There are many lessons and concepts which can be harnessed from the natural world and bio-system. Birds, fish and crawling creatures have many traits which can emulated. This is also true for group or multi-agent task assignment with many uncertainties abound. Bioinspired design is not just limited to the mechanism of propulsion and coordination, but also how one can properly optimize the current available resources for task completion and embedded them in a bioinspired autonomous platform for real-world deployment. More efficient and novel robotic solutions are needed in addressing newer types of applications in the scientific, industry and defense sectors. The use of more robust robotic platform will ensure higher rate of task completion and extended period of utilization. And, for sure, roboticists can learn many new approaches from the natural world.