Israel’s government is set to launch a new “dive” boat antenna program this summer.
The new program, dubbed “Dive,” is designed to give remote operators access to underwater video feeds in the sea and other waters that are currently inaccessible to operators, such as the Mediterranean and the Red Sea.
The plan is being spearheaded by Minister of Communications and Tourism Naftali Bennett.
Bennett is expected to visit Israel in July to launch the program, which will include a submarine.
The Diving boat program, launched on Tuesday, will reportedly allow remote operators to access video feeds from underwater cameras that are not currently accessible to the public.
This will enable operators to monitor marine life, fisheries, and other underwater operations on a large scale.
The underwater video feed will be shared through a web portal on the Israel Navy’s website.
The program is expected be fully operational by the end of August.
The project will also include the installation of the first underwater cameras and other equipment, which are designed to record underwater video.
The video feed and equipment are being installed at a remote location in the Mediterranean, which is located near the Israeli-Egyptian border.
Bennett said the underwater cameras will allow the underwater operators to record images of sea creatures such as dolphins and sea lions.
Israel is one of the few countries in the world that does not have access to a network of underwater cameras.
It has one of them in the Bay of Biscay and one at the Mavi Marmara naval base in Egypt, but it is difficult to find a suitable underwater camera site.
The IDF is currently constructing a new underwater camera system on the Egyptian coast.
It is scheduled to be operational by August.
Bennett’s office said the new program will allow operators to view the underwater video from a “remote location” in the southern Mediterranean.
The system will also allow operators access “to remote and underwater areas of the sea,” which is an area that has not been accessible to underwater operators in the past, Bennett said.
The divers will be equipped with underwater cameras equipped with remote monitoring, underwater mapping, and remote sensing equipment, according to the Israeli Defense Ministry.
The dive boat program is a continuation of the “Dives” program that Bennett launched earlier this year, which provided remote underwater access to video feeds.
The Dive boat program will give remote underwater operators access for the first time to underwater cameras in the Red and Mediterranean Seas, according a government statement.
The goal of the program is to provide remote operators with underwater access on a wide scale, including to remote areas in the coastal waters of the Mediterranean.
“We are building a new marine underwater surveillance network, and this program will be a major step toward this goal,” Bennett said in a statement.
“This new network will enable us to monitor sea life, fish, fisheries and other important marine activities on a scale previously unimaginable for the public.”
The Dives program is not expected to provide underwater video for commercial use.
Bennett has promised to expand Israel’s underwater surveillance capabilities, but he has also stated that underwater video will not be available for use for commercial purposes.
The government said the Dives underwater video program will help the government monitor the safety of Israel’s coast.
Bennett also said that the underwater program will provide the government with an insight into the behavior of marine life in the waters of Israel.
“Divers will be able to monitor a wide range of underwater activities in the marine environment, including the marine life and marine life life’s interactions with fishing vessels, the presence of large and small fish, and the presence and distribution of marine organisms in the surrounding waters,” the statement read.