Although the ocean covers 70% of the earth’s surface, more than 90% of it remains unexplored, lying more than 2.5 miles beneath sea level. Deep-sea exploration can change the way we see our world, taking us to the wreckage of the Titanic or facilitating the discovery of a new species. Yet these areas are only accessible with high-tech submarines equipped with rugged, handheld mobile technologies to control navigation, alarms and tracking systems. On this week’s episode of RUGGED RANTS, host Barry Ross speaks with Patrick Lahey, president and co-founder of Triton Submarines to discuss the role of technology in deep-sea exploration and why pushing the boundaries of scientific discovery is so important.
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