Investors have long been interested in two main aspects of deep-water exploration. First, shipwrecks and sunken treasures. In the Atlantic Ocean alone, according to some estimates, over 100,000 ships were lost, with cargo worth trillions of dollars. Second, deep-sea mining. According to the reports of the British Geological Society, ocean resources of some precious metals, including cobalt, nickel, and gold, are thousand times larger than the existing continental reserves. Oceans and seas have an unmatched investment potential. However, current archaic fragmented methods of deep-water exploration pose serious obstacles to business development in these areas. In the vast high seas, the key to success has always been quality data on where to search. Exploratory expeditions often rely on incomplete historical records, approximate calculations, theories, intuition, and luck. Needless to say, many return on shore empty handed.