Electronic Surveillance Technology for Drowning Detection

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left: [Photo courtesy of Sentag] center: [Image courtesy of Poseidon] right: [Photo by Shutterstock]
left: [Photo courtesy of Sentag] center: [Image courtesy of Poseidon] right: [Photo by Shutterstock]

Human beings are fallible. This is the humble truth that has inspired recent technological advancement in the expanding field of aquatic safety, an industry that has long relied entirely upon that fickle surveyor, the human eye. New products in every imaginable form are making their debut on the market, all with the unifying goal of showing us what our eyes might have missed. From electronic surveillance and wearable alert systems to secret lifeguard audits and 3-D imaging, aquatic safety is in a period of flux.

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