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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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  • The World’s First 5G Smart Town Cleans Rivers with Unmanned Boat

    A water quality monitoring unmanned surface vehicle (yellow) from OceanAlpha, the largest unmanned surface vehicle company in China, supported by 5G and autopilot technologies, was in service beside the Wuzhen Grand Theater.

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  • China Offshore Wind Farm Apply USV Intelligence Maintenance Solution

    A series of the latest solutions and achievements about Unmanned Surface Vehicle(USV) marine application was showcased at the 2019 China Marine Economy Expo.

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  • Lifeguards in Sussex Trialing Dolphin 1 Remote-control Buoy

    Lifeguards in Sussex are trialing a new remote controlled buoy, the Dolphin 1, which enables them to save lives without setting foot in the water.

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  • Dolphin 1 Deployed in Brighton, UK, Reported by BBC News

    Dolphin 1 Remote Control Lifebuoy, a new way of saving lives on Brighton sea front has been launched, reported by BBC News

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  • Government Department Utilizes USV to Monitor Water Quality

    To detect sudden water pollution outbreak of the city’s mother river in time, the government department introduced unmanned surface vehicle to their water monitoring routine.

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  • Remote-controlled lifebuoy propels itself to save troubled swimmers

    Designed to help swimmers in distress, the self-propelled Dolphin 1 is guided to where it’s need by remote control.

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