Everyone deserves to be seen.

It may be the only factor determining the outcome of an incident



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Zebop Avalon want you to have the opportunity to acquire shares in the company. 

This is all possible through the Norwegian crowdfunding platform Folkeinvest.


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18 September 2021

- Den nye regjeringen må etablere en nasjonal nullvisjon for drukningsulykker og en tiltaksplan for drukningsforebygging. Organisasjonen krever at myndighetene prioriterer forebyggende sjøsikkerhet på lik linje med trafikksikkerhet.


WHO, 23 July 2021

- “Anyone can drown, no one should,” Etienne Krug, World Health Organization (WHO). “I welcome the opportunity of this first World Drowning Prevention Day to increase attention and hasten action by governments and their partners to avert the pain and suffering caused by drowning, a largely preventable killer.”


Teledyne Flir,
06 October 2021

- First responders know that the first few minutes are critical when responding to a drowning incident — the longer the victim is in the water, the less chance there is of recovering them alive.


Zebop Avalon´s presence in the UN Sustainable development goals

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a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future


47% of drowning accidents in Norway happen from piers or land.

Two out of three are alone when they drown. 

How can you save someone who has not been seen?

You can't...

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Why Thermal?

Thermal cameras capture images based solely on the heat radiating from people and objects. Meaning there are fewer details in the pictures which would allow for recognition of individuals.

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Another reason for using Thermal Imaging Camera - no matter how poor the visibility; they’re as accurate in no light and poor visual conditions as they are on a bright sunny day. This is particularly important in hazardous, remote areas where there may be no light at night – outdoors as much as indoors.

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