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In China, 26.78% of drowning accidents occur in public places. This is because the real drowning scene is different from what we imagine. The drowning child usually doesn’t struggle violently or cry for help, and many times adults even don’t notice it.
When accidents occur, the alarm goggle will send a signal to the mobile phones of all parents and lifeguards nearby to help the child quickly pull out of the drowning situation. The goggles also can be recycled in places such as community swimming pools, providing affordable and comprehensive life cares for more children.
Nanchang,Jiangxi province, China