EMILY Is The Enticing New Robot Lifeguard On The American Beach

June 27th, 2010 - 7:52 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

show_image_615php June 27, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): EMILY has the capability to execute 28 mph. She is supplied with sonar apparatus. This apparatus can effectively scrutinize i.e. detect the movements of a swimmer having problems and who is in need of assistance. What is EMILY? She is the alluring new lifeguard on the American beach. She is a robot.

EMILY is an acronym for EMergency Integrated Lifesaving lanYard. EMILY is already in force at the Zuma beach in California. As the year is about to terminate, EMILY will be employed at 25 additional beaches across the territory of America.

EMILY is an instrument that has been constructed for two principal purposes. One of the objectives is to spurt out to a swimmer in difficulty and anticipate assistance. The other objective is to pull the swimmer back to the shoreline. EMILY is an instrument that has a radio that permits the ‘real’ lifeguard to communicate with the individual swimmer having problems.

EMILY is an instrument that can be dropped by a helicopter or a ship. She can also be flung into the water from the beach. The model of EMILY that is armed with the sonar has the price of $3500. Notwithstanding the price, the individuals in the tourist industry are confident that this instrument will prove to be a very efficient one with respect to saving the lives of the people.

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