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  • macau

    Dolphin 1 Lifebuoys Ensure Safety at 2023 Macao International Dragon Boat Races

    The China-Macau Dragon Boat Association (CMDB), ensured the safety and smooth running of 2023 Macao International Dragon Boat Races by utilizing multiple Dolphin 1 Water Rescue Devices for emergency preparedness.

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  • canada

    Dolphin 1 Demonstrated at Saint Zotique Beach in Quebec

    OceanAlpha’s Dolphin 1 was showcased at Saint Zotique beach, presenting its ability to prevent injuries and drownings during water rescues involving firefighters. This marked the first demonstration of the rescue device in Quebec. The Dolphin 1 has already been purchased by several fire departments across Canada, particularly in Ontario and British Columbia, and recently, Hamilton and Burlington have acquired some units.

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  • puerto rico

    Dolphin 1 Facilitates Water Rescue Service for Public Safety in San Juan, Puerto Rico

    San Juan, the capital city of Puerto Rico, has deployed its first set of Dolphin 1 Remote-controlled Lifebuoys since April 2023. The Dolphin 1 device belongs to the city’s fire and rescue division and will be utilized for water rescue missions in urban water areas.

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  • Chinese ambitions in the unmanned surface vehicle USV market are moving to a new era.
    Chinese ambitions in the unmanned surface vehicle (USV) market are moving to a new era

    80 autonomous vessels, 1.6-meter long each, gathered and formed an arrow for a special show through the Honk Kong-Zhuai-Macao Bridge.

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  • Chile Media Highlights Oceanalpha’s USV
    Chile Media Highlights Oceanalpha’s USV

    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.

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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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