The Royal Life Saving Society UK (RLSS UK) is working with the RNLI to test another crisis reaction robot pilot salvage rescue service created with sharp vision advancements.
Made by waterproof robot expert Swell Master, the robots are said to be equipped for further developing perception of individuals in the water, broadcasting pre-recorded and live messages by means of a Tannoy framework, and has the potential to lifesaving things, for example, inflatable floats. The crisis reaction drone pilot salvage administration can find and notice individuals in the ocean and send messages to water clients through an amplifier.
Peter Dawes, RNLI Lifeguard operations manager, said: “The River Gannel that runs through the middle of Crantock Beach makes access across the broad expanse of beach and to the water’s edge difficult for our patrol vehicles. The drone will allow the lifeguards to undertake rapid observations across a wide area, and the integrated speaker system allows the lifeguards to help inform and give proactive safety advice to the public.
Article sourced: https://marineindustrynews.co.uk/lifesaving-drone-trials-conducted-on-uk-beach/