Dolphin1 can propel itself to rescue a casualty faster than any skilled swimmer,
while the rescuer can operate it with a remote controller to stay safe and dry.
The Dolphin 1 is a self-powered electric water rescue device which is directed by a remote controller. It’s an innovative technology that fills the gap between traditional foam buoys and jet skis as it is more precise, cheaper to deploy, and safer for rescuers.
The Dolphin 1 is controlled by a simplified remote controller. Pressing the trigger can drive it forward; while rotating the knob can turn left or right. Any first-time user can learn to operate it in seconds.
The Dolphin 1 is bright orange and mounted with two high penetration flashing fog lights, making it easy to track by eyesight over long distances and in bad weather.
A tailor-made shell over the propellers makes it very safe for a panicking casualty to grab or pull randomly. It can also avoid entanglement with water plants or debris when the Dolphin 1 is operating in dirty water areas.
The batteries are stored in a water-tight independent cabin so that even if the hull is damaged accidentally, the Dolphin 1 can keep functioning and bring a casualty back to shore safely.
|Hull Material||PE plastic|
|Dimension||1.19 m(L) *0.85 m(W)*0.2 m(H)|
|Battery Life||30 email@example.com/s; 60min@1 m/s|
|Control Range||800 m|
|Thruster Power||1800 w|
|IP Rating||IP 67|