Technical diving is a specialized form of scuba diving that involves diving beyond the limits of recreational diving. It encompasses advanced techniques, equipment, and training to explore deeper depths and more challenging environments, such as wrecks, caves, and deep walls. Technical divers employ gas mixtures other than regular air, such as nitrox, trimix, or heliox, to manage the increased risks associated with greater depths and prolonged bottom times. They also utilize additional equipment like redundant breathing systems, multiple gas cylinders, and sophisticated dive computers. Technical diving requires extensive knowledge, experience, and meticulous planning to ensure safety and mitigate hazards inherent in this demanding activity.