A text activated light and audio signal has been installed on the dune overlooking LeCount Hollow Beach. This system has the potential to alert beachgoers and swimmers when a shark is spotted or detected in the area.
WiFi has been enabled at LeCount Hollow which will allow for emergency communications. Simply connect to the MOOSH SYSTEMS network. No password is required.
A torniquet has been placed on the beach a few hundred feet to the right of the parking area.
Simply connect to the MOOSH SYSTEMS network on your device. No password is required.
No. Setup costs for these projects were relatively minimal and monthly costs are relativley small as well. That being said these still costs money and we thank the Cape Cod Ocean Community for their generous financial support.
No. The town of Wellfleet does not put torniquet kits on the beaches. In the past they have placed them at the top of the sand dune. However, this location does not make sense considering how crucial time can be in the case of a severe bleed injury.
If you would like to contribute to any of our future projects or our ongoing research and development efforts please consider making a donation to the Cape Cod Ocean Community. When doing so be sure to let them know you would like your contribution to support their work with MOOSH SYSTEMS. You can also get in touch with us directly via email.