A multi-million pound project to find the Loch Ness Monster is underway,

using cutting-edge technology to scan the depths of the Scottish loch. 

The project, called "Sonardyne Loch Ness," is using a state-of-the-art 

subsea vehicle to map the loch in 3D.  

The vehicle is equipped with a variety of sensors, including sonar, cameras, and a laser scanner.

The project is being led by Sonardyne, a British company that specializes in underwater technology. 

The company has worked on a number of other high-profile projects, including the search for the Titanic.