Studying how learning in Virtual and Augmented Reality generalises to skills needed to perform in real life.
This is a project for a master thesis or two. It is a part of a research project funded by Office of Naval Research Global, US. There is thus some funds to support travel and absorb expenses. Despite the description starting with the Background and below, there is a...
Operational profile - Aerodynamic configuration - Off-the-shelf solutions suitability - Aerodynamic design - Prototyping
What would be the optimum airframe for the SSRS drone use profile? Is it commercially available? If not, what would it look like?
A collaborative methodology for understanding technology landscapes
During the summer of 2016 the RNLI embarked on a Technology Roadmapping exercise with the support of the Institute for Manufacturingâ€™s Education and Consultancy Services (IfM ECS) and the assistance of third parties to help explore the future of search and rescue communications and â€˜calling for helpâ€™ on, in...
The RNLI has conducted a design sprint on the challenge of communicating at point of rescue. This was an idea submitted to the RNLI's Open Innovation Platform by the Station Manager at Gravesend Lifeboat Station in Kent.
Part of project FIRST - report in Swedish
This is a thesis project made in collaboration between Chalmers University of Technology and the Swedish Sea Rescue Society with the aim of developing a better method of connecting life rafts in preparation for lifting.
Development of a product solution for recovery to nearby ships - part of project FIRST
The project aims to create a scalable solution that enables all suitable ships to efficiently aid in mass rescue operations at sea, by recovering people in distress from survival crafts to safety on board.
Finding a good construction and design for a coastal environment
For a good implementation of the use of drones in sea-rescue operations, there is a need to develop autonomous launching boxes for fixed-wing drones.
Experiences gained from a life raft exercise
A unique 30 hour exercise in collaboration between
Chalmers and the Swedish Sea Rescue Society (SSRS). 11 participants got to
experience, as realistically as possible, an emergency situation at sea and to see which elements of risk that exists.
Chalmers projektgrupp 19
VÃ¥r grupp skall, innan sista veckan i LP4, utveckla ett integrerat kylsystem med temperaturreglering till befintliga torrdrÃ¤kter fÃ¶r att gÃ¶ra dem behagliga att ha pÃ¥ sig i varierande miljÃ¶er.
An electronic tow rope
How might we make the Rescuerunner follow a bigger rescue boat automatically, on a safe distance?