Researchers are developing a deep-sea computing network to improve how we detect tsunamis, monitor pollution and conduct surveillance. “A submerged wireless network will give us an unprecedented ability to collect and analyze data from our oceans in real time,” said Tommaso Melodia. “Making this information available to anyone with a smartphone or computer, especially when a tsunami or other type of disaster occurs, could help save lives.”
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