OceanAlpha released two new multi-purpose marine unmanned surface vessels(USVs), breaking through the technical barriers faced by most current unmanned marine survey platforms.
New life-saving technology will help the Warrnambool Coast Guard carry out rescues faster and keep the community safe.
On August 25, 2020, the first Dolphin 1 Remote Control Lifebuoy demonstration in Spain was held on the beach of Guardamar.
Enter Ocean Alpha’s Dolphin 1, an Unmanned Remote Surface Vehicle, which has the ability to both cut through waves and, more importantly, has the lift and buoyancy to carry victims back to safety.
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A demonstration of Dolphin 1 Remote Control Lifebuoy was held in Matsuyama City, Japan to present a brand new way of sea rescue. This is the first time Dolphin1 was demoed officially in Japan.
The USV named Echo.1 is dedicated to measure water depth and can work continuously for up to six hours without emissions.
Smaller and easily recoverable platforms such as the BacPac-equipped Dolphin USV could be attractive as a ‘last-mile’ delivery system in relatively benign conditions.
We will showcase our star products led by the latest launched high-end unmanned surface vehicle(USV), the M40P long-endurance multi-function USV.
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