A panel discussion of what are the reasonable limits of underwater exploration, and when is it time to send in the robots? Panel: Bill Stone, JP Imbert, Richard Harris, Simon Mitchell.
A panel discussion of the efficacy of open circuit tech diving in light of increasing helium costs.
InDEPTH chief Michael Menduno explorers the potential use of hydrogen to improve diver safety and performance on uber-deep dives.
Michael Menduno / M2 is an award-winning journalist and technologist who has written about diving and diving technology for more than 30 years. He coined the term “technical diving”.
His magazine aquaCORPS: The Journal for Technical Diving (1990-1996), helped usher tech diving into mainstream sports diving, and he produced the first Tek Conferences and Rebreather Forums 1.0 & 2.0. Menduno is the co-founder and serves as editor-in-chief of GUE’s InDepth magazine and is an editor/reporter for DAN Europe’s Alert Diver magazine.
He is also a contributing editor for X-Ray mag, a staff writer for DeeperBlue.com, sits on the board of the Historical Diving Society (USA), and is a member of the Rebreather Training Council.