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Home Radar Technologies International’s WATEX System uses Landsat data, which contains information on surface topography and rock chemistry, to help locate underground water. Pictured here are Turkana women coming with containers to gather newly discovered water from a drilled well in the Lotikipi basin. (Radar Technologies International) Radar Technologies International’s WATEX System uses Landsat data, which contains information on surface topography and rock chemistry, to help locate underground water. Pictured here are Turkana women coming with containers to gather newly discovered water from a drilled well in the Lotikipi basin. (Radar Technologies International)

Radar Technologies International’s WATEX System uses Landsat data, which contains information on surface topography and rock chemistry, to help locate underground water. Pictured here are Turkana women coming with containers to gather newly discovered water from a drilled well in the Lotikipi basin. (Radar Technologies International)

Radar Technologies International’s WATEX System uses Landsat data, which contains information on surface topography and rock chemistry, to help locate underground water. Pictured here are Turkana women coming with containers to gather newly discovered water from a drilled well in the Lotikipi basin. (Radar Technologies International)

Radar Technologies International’s WATEX System uses Landsat data, which contains information on surface topography and rock chemistry, to help locate underground water. Pictured here are Turkana women coming with containers to gather newly discovered water from a drilled well in the Lotikipi basin. (Radar Technologies International)

By measuring electrical pulses, AgriHouse’s sensors can determine several characteristics important to plant health. The sensors can remain attached through wind and rain while leaving the plant unharmed. (AgriHouse Brands Ltd.)
Paragon Space Development’s seven-person Commercial Crew Transport-Air Revitalization System, developed in partnership with NASA, is not only effective for use in space but has also been incorporated into emergency shelters for miners working in dangerous environments. (Paragon Space Development Corporation)