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The longest underwater power cable

The construction of the longest underwater power cable in the world exceeded half. The project is designed to connect electrical networks in the UK and Norway. North Sea Link is responsible for the entire project, which took on the ambitious task of creating the longest power cable located underwater. Initially, the company faced problems associated […]

Aqua-Fi technology will provide Internet access for divers and underwater "Internet of Things" devices

Researchers in Saudi Arabia have developed a technology called Aqua-Fi, which is the next incarnation of the “underwater Internet” and uses light to transmit high-speed data. Using this technology will allow in the future to control underwater vehicles and receive video from them in real time without the use of traditional cables, and divers and […]

Subnautica: More than 5 million copies sold

From general information it follows that Subnautica is of high interest to gamers. Subnautica is an open-world survival simulator that focuses on the study of underwater locations, although unlike many competing offers, it abandoned any multiplayer-oriented mode, focusing on single player, which was very well received by the players, as evidenced by sales statistics. Studio […]

Scientists want to save the Great Barrier Reef with underwater speakers

Scientists from the UK and Australia are conducting an experiment that can significantly help rebuild the diversity of the Great Barrier Reef. Due to pollution and climate change, one of the most beautiful underwater places on Earth – the Great Barrier Reef – was largely destroyed. Scientists are looking for various ways to restore its […]

Monster Cars: CAV-X super cavitation underwater bullets breaking all ballistic records

Conventional bullets for conventional weapons slow down very quickly when hit in water. They lose their destructive power after a couple of meters and therefore a dive into a pool or other body of water is a good enough idea to save life under fire. However, the Norwegian company DSG has developed special underwater bullets […]

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