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    Unmanned Ships Applied to Protect Threatened Marine Lives

    An OceanAlpha M40P USV equipped with passive acoustic monitoring (PAM) instrument is applied to monitor and investigate the population of Chinese White Dolphins that inhabit the National Nature Reserve in Pearl River Estuary of Guangdong.

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    OceanAlpha Features USV Portfolio at OI 2022

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    OceanAlpha Celebrates 5 Years of Serving Water Supplies Department HK to Secure Drinking Water Safety

    Since 2017, The Water Supplies Department (“WSD”) Hong Kong has introduced five autonomous water sampling and monitoring boats from OceanAlpha in batches. These unmanned surface vessels (“USVs”) regularly monitor water quality in the impounding reservoir to keep track of water quality.

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  • First Responders Receive Unmanned Water Rescue Technology Training

    In the “Water Rescue” scenario, demonstration and training of the Dolphin 1 surface rescue robot received a positive response.

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  • OceanAlpha Assists Water Rescuing Exercises for Operation Team of CGNR Offshore Wind Farm

    OceanAlpha supports CGNR Offshore Wind Farm (Jiangsu) to organize water rescuing exercises to improve the team’s response to safety emergency incidents.

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  • Ocean Alpha introduces new technology to curb water pollution in Ghana
    Ocean Alpha introduces new technology to curb water pollution in Ghana

    Ocean Alpha, a Chinese company which specialises in USV (Unmanned Surface Vehicles) has launched its state of the art technology to remedy the deteriorating state of Ghana’s water bodies and also to limit the rate at which our water bodies are being polluted.

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  • Mexico Debisa Environment Protection Company Visited Oceanalpha
    Mexico Debisa Environment Protection Company Visited Oceanalpha

    In March 2016, guests from Mexico Debisa Environmental Protection Company visited Oceanalpha’s headquarters to discuss the application of Oceanalpha’s unmanned ship to the promotion work in Mexico and Latin America.

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