The Seal hub unit and one of the bands
The Seal system consists of neckbands worn by swimmers, designed to sound an alarm if anyone is in danger of drowning
The SealBands, GuardBands and hub form a wireless network with one another, all communicating via a radio signal
The amount of time that a band can remain underwater before issuing a warning or alarm can be set individually on each band, via the charger
The SwimBands will be available in a variety of colors
If a SwimBand remains submerged too long, then sound, light and vibrating alarms go off on the other bands and the hub
It can’t be easy, being a lifeguard at a pool full of children. The kids that catch your attention are going to be the ones who are splashing and yelling, whereas the ones that you really need to look for could be silently slipping below the surface, where they won’t be seen or heard. North Carolina-based emergency physician Graham Snyder decided that those potential drowning victims needed more attention drawn to their predicament, so he created the Seal system.
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