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.
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.
Dolphin 1 Remote Control Lifebuoy, a new way of saving lives on Brighton sea front has been launched, reported by BBC News
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.
Designed to help swimmers in distress, the self-propelled Dolphin 1 is guided to where it’s need by remote control.
The first USV Pilot Technique Competition kicked off in Xiangshan Marine Technology Bay in Zhuhai, China. Contestants competed on both theoretical knowledge and field operation for the final award.
The application of OceanAlpha’s pipeline detection USV has brought about technological revolutionary to the traditional operation of sewage outlet remediation.
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