Deep-Sea Robots Sleep On Ocean Floor Until Needed

Deep-Sea Robots Sleep On Ocean Floor Until Needed
technology

The U.S. Government is developing mission-critical pods to lie dormant at sea until activation.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 23 january 2013

Over 70 percent of the Earth’s surface is covered by water. Of this, over 95 percent is in the oceans. With the Earth being nearly 25,000 miles around, that’s a lot of surface area to cover. So how can the U.S. Navy respond with real-time help while bridging the vast distances?

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