Press Coverage

Find out what others have to say about our ALERT man-overboard ship alarms and OSCAR Water Rescue Training Dummies in our press coverage section. Regularly practicing your man-overboard rescue procedures with our training dummies and ALERT Man-Overboard Alarm Systems helps you and your crew spring into action during an emergency situation. Our OSCAR water rescue training dummies and ALERT systems have made an impact on commercial fishermen, yachters, marine construction workers, research teams, military and law enforcement crews, and everyday sailors. Learn how people incorporate our ALERT man-overboard ship alarms and OSCAR Water Rescue Training Dummies into their man-overboard rescue procedures here.

  • Australian government Department of Defense

  • SAIL Magazine February, 2019

    Another type of MOB locating system that has been around for some years is a “proximity automatic alert beacon”, a system specifically tied to into My man-overboard receiver aboard your boat.

  • Marine Electronics

    Emerald Marine Products has announced a significant advancement in MOB protection: the state-of-the-art ALERT418 Man-Overboard Receiver. Integrating fully with current and first-generation ALERT transmitters, it's ideal for commercial applications such as workboats, gas and oil platforms, ports and marine terminals, and shoreside construction sites.

  • The Maritime Executive

    What separates the ALERT system from AIS is its immediacy. It uses a radio signal, so there's no satellite lag or waiting for an open channel. With a moving vessel, or river or tidal flow, an MOB victim can be swept out of sight quickly. The ALERT418 Man-Overboard Receiver provides the added seconds needed to keep a simple fall from becoming a fatality.

  • Pontoon and Deck Boat Magazine

    Here’s an intriguing advancement in man-overboard (MOB) protection: the release of Emerald Marine Products’ ALERT418 Man-Overboard Receiver. This receiver is engineered to deliver instant notification when an MOB occurs, which gives pontooners critical extra seconds that can separate a simple fall from a more serious tragedy.