OceanAlpha to Exhibit at CES 2020 | OceanAlpha

OceanAlpha, a world-leading water drone, also known as unmanned surface vessel, solution provider, announces its participation at CES 2020, January 7-10, stand 26811, The LVCC, Las Vegas. 

 

OceanAlpha will be presenting two products at CES 2020, the Dolphin1 Smart Lifebuoy and the latestly developed water entertainment device which would be first debuted to the public.

With the prospect of enabling users to “experience underwater like never before”, the device maneuvers underwater at up to 2.5ms, using one propeller and two wings, which can easily change direction by tilting the wings in different angles.

Designed for underwater adventure-seekers of all types, the device is expected to offer underwater activities for the whole family to enjoy.

The device will be officially announced at CES 2020 at OceanAlpha’ stand.

The Dolphin1 Smart Lifebuoy is a critical technology for water safety. It operates via remote control in all types of water to transport people or equipment while remaining buoyant.

The Dolphin1 is announced at CES 2019 and now has been sold to England, America, Australia, UAE, Japan and many other countries in the world.

To discuss your needs and have consultation with our experts, schedule meeting or email us at info@oceanalpha.com.

 

About OceanAlpha

OceanAlpha Group., Ltd. is the world’s leader in the commercial unmanned surface vehicles (USV) industry with a headquarters in Hong Kong, China. OceanAlpha has grown from a single small office in 2010 to a workforce of over 300 employees today, with over 110 R&D engineers and 92 USV related patents.

Today, OceanAlpha’s products are redefining the way how customers collect data, save lives, and remotely control devices for the marine industry. OceanAlpha helps professionals conduct water sampling, hydrography surveys, patrols, and rescue operations more safely, faster, and with greater efficiency than ever before.

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