Lifesaving Yunzhou robots posted on fishing vessels
Tangjiawan-based Yunzhou-Tech delivered 425 of its waterborne lifesaving Dolphin 1 robots to Shouguang City in Shandong Province on Aug 29, making such equipment available for use in the domestic marine fishery sector for the first time.
The Shouguang Marine Fishery Development Center is donating the robots citywide to fishing vessels that have engine power above 110kW. This increases rescue capability during accidents involving crewmembers going overboard into North China's Bohai Sea.
Dolphin 1 in action [Photo courtesy WeChat account: yunzhou-tech]
The robot can navigate to victims and rapidly drag them to a safety zone using remote control. Portable, endurable, and easy to use, the robots have high efficiency, stability, and precision. Traditional modes, on the other hand, take longer, and have low success rates and high risks.
The product is widely popular, and has been sold in more than 30 countries and regions including the USA, UK, Poland, Japan, Australia, and United Arab Emirates.
Located in the Zhuhai Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone (Tangjiawan), Yunzhou-Tech is a domestically leading supplier of civilian unmanned ships. Its products have been widely applied in monitoring water quality, hydrogeological and nuclear radiation mapping, and in ground-water research.