Shark-Detecting Drones To Patrol Australian Beaches




Little Ripper Lifesaver drones use world first algorithm technology to spot sharks for public safety at beaches. Fitted with onboard sirens and voice messages in multiple languages they also warn people of any danger. The lifesaving drones have multiple deployable automatically inflating rescue tubes capable of supporting up to 4 people in a rescue situation.
Source: Little Ripper Lifesaver Australia
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