The Personal Autonomous Lifeboat
Swimming on open waters alone is dangerous, especially when swimming long distances.
Watchmen and kayakers can supervise the swimmer, but this is inefficient and not always possible. For this reason, an autonomous device that ensures the swimmer’s safety is the best option.
To fill this need, our team of engineers created P.A.L., the Personal Automated Lifeboat. P.A.L. follows the swimmer on open waters, granting them both independence and security. The P.A.L. replaces current flotation devices that hinder the swimmers mobility, while also providing quick, wireless communication to responders. The swimmer is able to go the distance with the assurance that if trouble arises, P.A.L. can get them back to shore.