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This intelligent life-saving system can help to save people’s life. Once the system has detected signs of life, it will accurately locate a person’s current position through GPS. It will then send the respective information to the nearest rescue team and launch the life buoy to mark the position of those in danger of drowning. In the dark of the night, the red indicator light will guide rescue teams to the person in distress. At a time when satellite-positioning systems are spanning the globe, the intelligent brains of these life-saving systems provide real-time, 24 hour monitoring of the oceans.
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