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    Underwater World

    For this new edition, NauticExpo e-magazine dives into the underwater world. Discover the Sea Orbiter, a spaceship-like vessel that will extend 31 meters below the surface. Drifting on the ocean currents, crew will observe and listen to the world beneath the waves. And while you may have heard of the Internet of Things, you now can discover the Internet of...

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    Giant underwater city (Courtesy of city-mankato.us)

    The Internet of Underwater Things promises to revolutionize our interaction with the submarine environment.   Today the Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly spreading across the terrestrial and  aerial worlds. This network of so-called smart devices, each enabled with electronics, software, sensors, actuators and...

    The Sea Orbiter project (Courtesy of Jacques Rougerie)

    Is it a ship or a spaceship? Scheduled for launch several years from now, Sea Orbiter will generate a gold mine of information benefitting scientific research, space exploration and education in general. We spoke to Frenchman Jacques Rougerie, the father of this future undersea observatory.   NE e-mag: What’s the idea...

    Christian Kamp from the Artemis team (Courtesy of Sander van der Borch)

    What factors will determine the outcome of the 35th America’s Cup? Where is the sport actually heading in the wake of the foiling revolution? Trimmer Christian Kamp from the Swedish sailing team Artemis Racing shares his thoughts.   “We start out every morning with two hours of grinding. That’s basically all we do on...

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