Underwater metal detectors are a popular hobby among hobbyists around the world.
In the United States, they’re often used to help divers find the remains of loved ones.
In Australia, metal detectors have been found to be a lifesaver in several drowning cases, including one involving a boy who went missing in Sydney Harbour.
But for most people, the only metal detector they’ve got is the one on their own.
But now metal detectors can be found on most beaches in Australia, thanks to the latest wave of equipment.
This week, metal detector racks at some beach parks are being converted into metal detectors.
And it’s being done without any new funding from the government.
That’s because the new equipment is being built by the Australian Industry Group, or AIG.
It’s a private company, and the owners are also from other industries.
“It’s been a really interesting journey,” said Matt Smith, who heads the Australian Industrial Group.
“We’ve been working on this for a couple of years, and we just kind of fell into this when we came up with this idea.”
AIG has built the first metal detector at the site of a former fishing port, on the western shore of New South Wales.
It costs about $1,000.
The company says it is using its expertise to develop equipment that will cost less.
But the cost of a metal detector is not something that anyone can afford to spend $1 million on, unless they have the money to buy a new one.
And there is still a long way to go to make the new metal detectors widely available.
But it is being used in places where the public is not familiar with them.
The new metal detector on the beaches of New Sydney is being installed by a local businessman.
He said it was an exciting time.
“I think it’s great, it’s a bit of a dream,” he said.
“But we’re not going to be able to make a huge dent in that, so we’re going to have to wait and see what happens next.”
A new metal detecting technology being developed in Australia will allow for more people to get into the underwater metal detectors that are a must for divers.
It comes from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA.
It is called the Marine Metal Detection System (MMDS).
The system consists of six underwater detectors, each equipped with a computerized sensor that records data about the environment in which the detector is located.
The detectors are placed on the surface of the water, and can detect the presence of the metal.
When the detector detects a metal, the computer program can automatically determine the exact weight of the object and compare that to the depth of the ocean.
The sensors are mounted on boats and on barges, and are able to track the location of the objects.
Each of the detectors can then detect the amount of metal in the water by using radio waves to determine the pressure in the system.
NOAA has been working with AIG to develop the technology, but the project is currently at the prototype stage.
The cost of the new detectors is not yet known.
It has been estimated that the new technology could cost between $1.2 million and $1 billion.
That money would come from the Australian Government’s Ocean Protection Fund, and it would also go to AIG, which is not a government agency.
But Smith said it’s not a huge amount of money for the government to spend on a project like this.
“You’d be amazed at how much more money could be spent,” he told CBC News.
“There’s probably a lot more that could be put towards that if they were to get it out to the public, which would be great.”
The new technology is being developed at a facility in the state of Queensland.
It includes two different types of metal detectors, which are not currently used in public places.
The first type is the type that’s usually used for detecting large objects such as ships or planes.
It can detect about 30 kilograms of metal, and is usually used on large ships, but can also be used to detect underwater objects like boats.
The second type is called a “non-metal detector” detector.
It uses a small radio transmitter to detect the metal of up to about 5 kilograms.
These detectors cost about $200 each.
It works by recording the radio waves that the detector emits, and compares them to the surface to determine how much metal is present in the surrounding water.
It then compares the weight of that metal to the pressure that is in the environment.
There are some advantages to this type of detector.
For one, it can be placed on ships or barges that are not used to the same type of technology.
Smith said the new detector is also more reliable.
“That’s one of the things that makes it so much more stable,” he explained.
“A lot of the people that are underwater in a lot of