Amphibious Joint-Lifeguard UAV Helps Lifeguards To Do Better Surveillance

In the future, we might see Amphibious Joint-lifeguard UAV flying around in the beach, helping lifeguards to patrol certain areas that can’t be reached. It’s a remote controlled UAV, it can fly higher than beach crowds, allowing for better view of the area as co-rescue surfers, swimmers, or any other water sports participants who are in danger.

Designed by Sarsenbek Hazken, this lifeguard UAV has been designed to help lifeguards in their job of beach and water surveillance. It is designed with charging patrol tower, which can also be installed at the back of lifeguard’s pick-up truck, in this way, this flying device can recharge itself.

Amphibious Joint-Lifeguard UAV by Sarsenbek Hazken

Amphibious Joint-Lifeguard UAV by Sarsenbek Hazken

In the event of an accident, both UAV and lifeguards can make their way toward the victim’s location. However, since UAV flies faster, it’ll be able to send updates of the victim’s situation in advance, also, since it’s designed in the shape of a symmetric surfboard, it can be used by the victim in the water as a floating device.

Amphibious Joint-Lifeguard UAV by Sarsenbek Hazken

Amphibious Joint-Lifeguard UAV by Sarsenbek Hazken



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  1. Test in HI, Australia, Caribbean, PR, Med Sea, Greece, So America, & then Mass produce
    Use in So CA &HI & Baja Mexico esp, awesome, Give rotatable camera pods for Zoom & facial recognition etc.
    Map area for guard use alone, speed up rescues.

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