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Coral Smart Pool’s MYLO Virtual Lifeguard Now Available for Preorder

Patented underwater computer detection camera detects drowning and sets off series of alarms.

According to the CDC, drowning is the top cause of unintentional death for children ages 1 to 4, and annually in America, there are an estimated 3960 fatal unintentional drownings, an average of 10 daily. Bringing a new level of safety to pools, Coral Smart Pool has introduced MYLO, which monitors a pool 24/7, including underwater activity, to detect drowning and immediately sets off a series of escalating alarms.

MYLO is available for pre-order for a special introductory price of $999 at The retail price is $1499 and MYLO will ship in April 2023.

More than a “water movement detection” system, MYLO features a patented Underwater Computer Detection Camera that provides real-time pool video. The system is integrated with the latest A.I. technology that monitors a pool and analyzes real-time video to quickly identify near-drowning events. MYLO is designed with escalating alarms and push notifications that are immediately sent when a drowning event is detected.

MYLO features both an above-ground camera and pressure sensors to identify if a person is entering the pool and can calculate risks. A high-resolution underwater camera detects a sinking person and sends a series of alarms to pool owners to take action.

Other devices on the market can only identify an entry to the pool and this is simply not enough, as 90 percent of drownings happen with adult supervision and the pool is active. MYLO works 24/7 and after it notifies that somebody entered the pool, continues to monitor activity to identify danger or drowning incidents.

MYLO dispatches alarms through its app and in-home alarm systems along with pictures from the pool that allow others to take action. It offers three layers of protection, sending entry alerts, pre-drowning risk alerts, and drowning risk alerts.

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