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    OceanAlpha Dolphin 1 Water Rescue Robot Saves a 15YO Teenager from Drowning

    On 9th August, Dolphin 1 Water Rescue Robot successfully rescues a drowning teenager from the rough waves.

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    SNSM Station of Trébeurden Station Conducts Training with its Dolphin 1 Buoy

    The Trébeurden Station of French Lifeguard and Lifeboat Institution (SNSM) purchased its first Dolphin 1 Water Rescue Robot. The rescuer team conducts training on using the Dolphin 1 to improve their fast response ability in emergency water rescue.

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    Paris Fire Brigade Conducts a Performance Test of Dolphin 1 Remote-Controlled Buoy

    The Paris Fire Brigade Brigade de sapeurs-pompiers de Paris (BSPP) conducted a performance test of OceanAlpha Dolphin 1 Remote-Controlled Lifebuoy under various streamflow conditions in the city.

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    Dolphin 1 Showcases its Advanced Rescue Capabilities at On Duty 2022 Conference

    On the “On Duty 2022” Conference unveiled in Gdynia, Poland, OceanAlpha presented the Dolphin 1 Remote-Controlled Lifebuoy and SL20 Autonomous Surveying Boat in collaboration with its regional partner.

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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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    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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