Fully independent underwater navigation technology
No external transmitters. No ultrasonic signals. No infrastructure.
The goal of project Ariadna is to put a personal navigation system on every scuba diver's wrist.
The technology that would allow for a fully independent personal underwater navigation system had been the holy grail of diving-related science and engineering since years.
In 2013 Ariadna Tech Oy was founded in Finland to develop a technology of underwater inertial navigation for professional and military use. In the past seven years, our research team has been working on mathematical models and energy-efficient algorithms to make it possible.
Today, after seven years of research, the team behind project Ariadna is ready to announce:
Personal underwater navigation technology is already here. Just give us some time to scale it down to a wrist device.