Further Development Needed
Ett kylsystem fÃ¶r torrdrÃ¤kter
Svenska SjÃ¶rÃ¤ddningssÃ¤llskapet anvÃ¤nder idag en Ã¶verlevnadsdrÃ¤kt bestÃ¥ende av en torrdrÃ¤kt och nÃ¥gon form av isolering. DrÃ¤kterna Ã¤r gjorda fÃ¶r att hÃ¥lla en person levande i kallt vatten upp till en timme varfÃ¶r de ofta Ã¤r fÃ¶r varma fÃ¶r att ha pÃ¥ sig i andra situationer. Detta projekt genomfÃ¶rs fÃ¶r...
Development of a product that helps the user climb back into the boat.
If a person falls overboard one can find it very hard to climb back. This combined with the fact that small boats has more often a lack of rescue equipment, our goal with this project is to develop a self rescue product. It will help the person to climb...
Cloud Center for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
The purpose of the project is to break the connection between a specific user and the drone. The aim of the project is that several users should be able to handle multiple drones from a central. A link between an internet-based platform called Thingworx and a drone with a built-in controller called...
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.
Call For Project
How might we connect a lifting wire to a liftable life raft at sea without having persons on the water doing it?
Lifting life rafts â€” with people in them â€” to the safety onboard a nearby ship, would be a very fast way to rescue people after a mass evacuation at sea. But if the helping ship has to launch a rescue boat to connect the rafts, that means putting...
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...