Cypress, TX– In spite of all the best efforts to eliminate incidents of drowning in swimming pools, the problem unfortunately persists. On average, more than 300 children drown in pools each year in the US. Of all the accidental injury deaths reported, more than 30% are drowning incidents. In Texas alone, more deaths of children ages 1-4 result from drowning than nearly any other cause.
As a matter of fact, nearly 19% of all drownings occur in pools staffed with trained lifeguards, positioned with what the industry states is adequate coverage. So how is it possible with all the advances in training and equipment for lifeguards that so many drownings occur in those very same monitored swimming pools?
It just isn’t humanly possible for lifeguards to monitor every single individual swimmer for every second of every day. This is no slight on lifeguards, they are a critical factor in keeping our pools safe. But factors such as crowded conditions, boredom, poor visibility and line of sight, plus the limitations of the human brain itself make it virtually impossible for lifeguards alone to give anywhere near the 100% coverage that is needed. It is obvious, lifeguards need help. They need a strong partner.
This is why Pool Hawk Systems of Cypress, Texas developed a drowning detection system to work hand in hand with lifeguards to make our pools safer. Pool Hawk Systems has brought together a team of US military and commercial engineers to develop a Drowning Detection System using cutting edge state of the art technology. The Pool Hawk technology was derived from military tracking systems and missile intercept programs. The system uses above water, military grade optics and software with artificial intelligence that is constantly learning and calibrating to become even more accurate over time. This makes Pool Hawk the most advanced drowning detection system in the world.
Pool Hawk has the ability to track every swimmer and every square inch of the pool. Three or more overhead optics are used by the system to track and monitor each swimmer as an independent target. The systems sees through water in a wide variety of lighting conditions. Diffused lighting, shadows, glint, turbulence and glare are easily overcome by Pool Hawk. More detailed information can be found on their website: http://poolhawk.com. Their intelligent technology is able to see in situations where lifeguards would otherwise have an almost impossible task to find a submerged drowning victim. Multiple auditory and/or visual alarms alert lifeguards and/or people in the pool area, and can be remotely reset.
“Drowning is an unfortunate occurrence that no one should have to face,” begins David Anderson, founder and CEO of Pool Hawk Systems. “We’ve brought an incredible team of professionals together to develop an intelligent and effective solution for drowning detection. The Pool Hawk system features military grade optics and state of the art software; all of which work together seamlessly to track and monitor individuals in the pool area, and alert lifeguards at the first sign of a problem. The design of the system allows for an easy and affordable installation, but the end results are truly priceless.”
Pool Hawk has an easy, non-invasive installation and there is no need to drain or close the pool for long periods of time. As a matter of fact, the completely above water installation can be performed in about a day. Pool Hawk is very easy to use, and integrates effortlessly into the aquatic facility. And on top of all this, the Pool Hawk System is the most affordable system of its’ kind in the world!
Get more information about Pool Hawk from their website or Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/PoolHawkSystems
Pool Hawk Systems Inc. is proud to set a new standard for the next generation of drowning detection technology!
About the Company:
Pool Hawk Systems, Inc.
17515 Spring Cypress Rd Suite C #221
Cypress, TX 77429
Company Name: Pool Hawk Systems
Contact Person: Media Relations
Address:17515 Spring Cypress Rd Suite C #221
Country: United States