Our Place in the Deep Sea
These tools monitor and live in the oceans, surface level, at the bottom, and everything in between. They can monitor various things such as temperature, pollution, oxygen, animals, sounds, etc. This information could be easily used by scientists.
There are still many areas of the ocean that are unknown and that are changing rapidly with water pollution. If scientists know more about what is in our oceans and how it is changing then they can find ways to protect our oceans. This is very important for the future of our planet and for marine life, which makes up 1/4 of the species on Earth.
Our Place in the Atmosphere
The tools created in this sector live in the stratosphere, report findings back to Earth. They can monitor the air at that level and help people make better decisions about weather and pollution. They can also monitor and report back about space junk and its implications. It is important to try and find ways to mitigate space junk, since it is increasing in volume and could potentially harm people by entering Earth without any warning.
These tools are needed since our weather patterns are changing at very fast rates, and this will help us to prepare for the unpredictability of these new weather patterns. It is also important to know about the amount of pollution and where it is concentrated in out atmosphere. If humans know this information then they can work towards correcting it.
Our Place Below the Surface
Soil Certified creates tools that monitor Earth at surface level and also at depths that have never been reached before, where humans can’t survive. These tools can study the Earth’s soil and crust and report back to scientists.
It is important to learn more about our planet since it is constantly changing and there is still so much that we don't know about it. If we can learn more about what goes on below the surface of Earth then we can better predict how our planet will change in the future, and prepare for it.
Soil Certified is creating innovative tools that can achieve depths that have never reached. They can dig, measure the soil, and report data back to scientists.
The Environmental Division will research and create tools to help us monitor our planet, from above our atmosphere, to below the surface.