Ensuring underwater unmanned vehicles can dive to deep depths

ENDURING EQUIPMENT: Darya Blout is the owner of composites and advanced materials manufacturer Canapitsit Customs LLC in Bristol, which designs and makes composite materials that can encase and protect instruments on underwater unmanned vehicles. Blout recently won a Materials Innovation Challenge award through the 401 Tech Bridge. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
ENDURING EQUIPMENT: Darya Blout is the owner of composites and advanced materials manufacturer Canapitsit Customs LLC in Bristol, which designs and makes composite materials that can encase and protect instruments on underwater unmanned vehicles. Blout recently won a Materials Innovation Challenge award through the 401 Tech Bridge. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Even as a child, Darya Blout knew she wanted to design something that would work better. The first dream was a racing sailboat. Now, through her own company, she’s working on new materials for underwater unmanned vehicles that can withstand the intense pressure of full ocean depths. Her company, Canapitsit Customs LLC, has a workshop…
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