On Feb 2nd, 2023, the members from the Gippsland Squadron of the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard (AVCG) conduct a demonstration of Dolphin 1 Remote-controlled Life-saving buoy on the Gippsland lakes in eastern Victoria, Australia.READ MORE
On February 21st, 2023, Hong Kong SAR’s Secretary for Security, Mr Tang Ping-keung, showcased the OceanAlpha Dolphin 1 Remote-controlled Lifebuoy on his social media platforms, which received numerous likes and comments.READ MORE
On February 1, 2023，OceanAlpha‘s distributor Aquasafe held with the Dolphin1 demonstration from the beautiful Blue Lake, Rio Claro, Brazil. Under the sunny weather, Aquasafe has introduced the Dolphin1-Remote control life-saving buoy to the blue lake for civil defense competent authorities enthusiastically.READ MORE
On 9th August, Dolphin 1 Water Rescue Robot successfully rescues a drowning teenager from the rough waves.READ MORE
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.READ MORE
On February 15th, an incredible unmanned surface vessels (USV) fleet was staged at the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. The bridge, which has just been completed, is the longest sea- crossing bridge in the world, connecting Zhuhai with Hong Kong and Macao.Read more >
80 autonomous vessels, 1.6-meter long each, gathered and formed an arrow for a special show through the Honk Kong-Zhuai-Macao Bridge.Read more >
Oceanalpha showcases its autonomous bathymetry survey boat on Chile Exponor exhibition and attracts lots of attention.
Local media Reporteminer reports Oceanalpha’s USV on its TV News program and website.
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.Read more >
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.Read more >