Find Buried Survivors In Minutes
Rescue Radar™ is designed for rapid deployment by Search & Rescue teams all around the world to quickly find survivors trapped beneath the surface.
Determining the presence of life is of utmost importance following a disaster and Search & Rescue teams need to rapidly assess where to focus their resources in the initial hours following the catastrophe.
By making use of our patented ultra-wide bandwidth (UWB) antenna technology the Rescue Radar™ is able to detect movement and immobile victims below the surface.
Rescue Radar™ System comes standard with a:
- Rescue Radar™ Sensor
- Rugged Field Tablet
- Rechargeable Battery
- Rugged Transport Case
- User Manual
Rapid deployment and operation
- Arriving at the scene, operators open the Rescue Radar case and remove the tablet computer.
- Rescue Radar™ is placed in the disaster zone and the operator stands back and starts the system.
- Rescue Radar™ continuously sends GPR signals into the subsurface to detect movement. In seconds, the tablet displays the distance from the system to a potential victim under the rubble.
Easily toggle between two modes for optimal operation in all circumstances to locate victims and save lives.
- Designed for the harshest environments: tough, weatherproof Pelican case
- Rugged tablet: meets military specifications for the toughest rescue conditions
- Extended battery life
- Uninterrupted wireless data collection: Rescue Radar continues to operate if Wi-Fi is interrupted and seamlessly reconnects to the control tablet when connectivity is restored with no data loss
- Adjustable depth of display to adapt to site conditions
- All-in-one package: the system operates in a transport case with no additional setup required
- No custom software required for operation: the system can be used with any device with a suitable browser
- Fast geotagged results offload onto USB or via Wi-Fi
- Low maintenance: always ready to be deployed
- Urban Search and Rescue (USAR)
- Natural Disaster
- Terrorist Attack
- Mining Disaster
- Structural Collapse