The Swiss manufacturer of watches IWC with a clear focus on technology and development has been producing the finest of the timepieces since 1988. Gaining its reputation from the international market from its undying passion and the love of luxury the brand combining supreme precision and exclusive design.
Schaffhausen on the 8th of June for the World Oceans Day announced its support for the pioneering environmental projects. And the effects that have been affecting the environment have taken to measure different roles of recreational dimensions of the ocean. The goal is to give the scientists on how it’s affecting the biodiversity and the climate.
The oceans cover almost about 90% of the heat from the planet and produce oxygen for us that we breathe. And it acts as the earth air conditioning system with feeds millions of people. However, scientists are still looking at scientific data as to know about the seas and the biodiversity in order to build a comprehensive understanding of the coastal ecosystems specifically at a depth.
Cousteau society is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the ocean life in the name of Jacques Yves Cousteau created the society. His life work fosters for the deep respect for the marine life and the willingness to help protect it. The Swiss manufacture also paid a tribute to the ocean-going pioneer with its special limited editions. The brand is now extending partnership with the Cousteau Society by supporting the Divers. Cousteau Divers aims to reveal coastal temperatures of the ocean by supplementing satellite surface measurements with those taken with the thousands of recreational divers also around the world just by centrally storing the data in the cloud to make it accessible for the scientists and the enthusiasts to contribute to the better understanding of the ocean’s temperatures not influences the climate, weather pattern, storm formations but also the birds and the fish.
The device will also track the GPS and underwater navigational information. Brad Bazemore and Brendan Walters, Cousteau Divers’ team of volunteer engineers, led by having developed a prototype for a portable precision temperature sensor. About 50 of these sensors will be deployed to dive centres globally, at locations selected with the help of scientific partners. The entire project is open source, meaning that both the hardware and the software designs are available online, in order to foster innovation and creativity from the global communities of both divers and engineers.