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    OceanAlpha Releases A New Generation of Marine Unmanned Surface Vessels

    OceanAlpha released two new multi-purpose marine unmanned surface vessels(USVs), breaking through the technical barriers faced by most current unmanned marine survey platforms.

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    Warrnambool Coast Guard Introduces the Frist Dolphin 1 Lifebuoy

    New life-saving technology will help the Warrnambool Coast Guard carry out rescues faster and keep the community safe.

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    Dolphin 1 Remote Control Lifebuoy Demoed in Spain

    On August 25, 2020, the first Dolphin 1 Remote Control Lifebuoy demonstration in Spain was held on the beach of Guardamar.

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    1000 Sets Of Dolphin 1 Roll Off Assembly Line

    On Agugst 18, 2020, 1,000 sets of Dolphin 1 Remote Control Lifebuoys rolled off the assembly line in Yancheng, China.

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  • L25 USV multibeam mission
    Unmanned Boat Assist To Mitigate Internal Erosion Risks on A Embankment

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  • ME120 USV on yellow river
    Unmanned Technology Narrows Data Gap of the World’s Most Sediment-laden River

    Applying intelligent equipment such as UAVs and USVs to carry out integrated multi-element topographic surveys, the team obtained high-quality data results that would efficiently facilitate river management and flood control.

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    OceanAlpha 5G Police Unmanned Boat guards Shenzhen coastline

    A few days ago, an OceanAlpha 5G police unmanned boat debuted in Shenzhen Bay to carry out water patrol missions.

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  • Emergency Response Team Trained for Dolphin 1 Smart Lifebuoy

    The Emergency Response Team has purchased 3 sets of dolphin 1 and 3 sets of smart stretcher beds to improve rescuing efficiency.

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  • USV LIGHT SHOW
    USV Light Show Creates New Landmark for Yancheng City

    66 USVs equipped with ice screens, beam lights, lasers, and other equipment moved freely on the water surface and changed into different formation shapes.

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