Some are listed below along with public disclosures of some ideas and inventions we have had in this field.We have also expanded the list to include technologies with possible applications to conventional propeller guards as well.A mermaid is a supposedly mythological aquatic creature with a female human head, arms, and torso and the tail of a fish.A male version of a mermaid is known as a "merman" and in general both males and females are known as "merfolk".It claims to use a patented passive sonar technology that reduces false alarms and detects intrusions.This is the old Aqua Sonus Pool Alarm from 2003 and might be applied to sensing people in the water behind a boat.
The Southwest Decatur resident is likely under the covers dreaming of the extra time he has to go fishing. Looks beautiful.” It’s likely Johnson is the first homeowner in Decatur to employ a robotic mower, but based on growing sales and the practical and economic advantages of the machines, the computerized clippers could become common.
In general, we think much could be learned from other fields working on similar problems, including: A hydrophone listens for waves in a 1600 square foot area and can distinguish between a child falling in and a pool toy.
When it detects a child in the pool, it sounds an 85 DB alarm in the house.
At first I thought she was just another sunbather, but when we approached she jumped into the water and disappeared.
We were all in shock because we saw she had a tail.” (1) A very early and bizarre account perhaps describing a mermaid-like creature or a sort of underwater humanoid species is found in an ancient work entitled “Agaub el Malkowkat” by Cafornia, a celebrated writer, in it, the following statement is made: “In the year 894 (A.