The project is mainly focused on designing a drone product. To create a drone, what if we design a drone that can secure people’s life? This is SEEGL, a drone that helps lifeguards save people’s life from drowning more efficiently.


The ocean is full of fantasy but also dangers.

Problem Analysis

Large Impact

Inefficient Rescue

Young age group

Drowning is the 3rd leading cause of unintentional injury death worldwide, accounting for 7% of all injury-related deaths.

There are an estimated 236 000 annual drowning deaths worldwide.

There is no doubt that trained, professional lifeguards have had a positive effect on drowning prevention in the United States.However, rescue drones make it more efficient. Rescue drones give search and rescue teams the ability to search areas quickly without putting the lives of the searchers at risk.

For children ages 1–14, drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury death after motor vehicle crashes.

How can we be more efficient?

Live Camera Monitor

Portable Life Buoy

Quick Delievery

What if we design a drone inspired from seagull and shell?

Life Buoy Launch Port
Floating Board Under Propeller
Scale Sign & Rear Lights
Flat Life Buoy Storage

Details of Design
The drone should follow a smooth curve and simple design but still contains all the features we need.

Seegl Controller
A simple design controller makes the whole experience easy and has more outdoor features.

Power Signal Heritage

Intuitive User Interface

Carry-on Handle

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Design mainly focuses on shelling up the drone body and making it cleaner and easier to use.

A few essential features are contained in the drone, such as a camera, a launch spot, signal lights, etc.