Drone system to support Search and Rescue
This project is an exploration of how the Swedish Sea Rescue Society and similar Search and Rescue organizations might use a system where a central operator could remotely launch and control small aircrafts housed in automatic launching boxes at our rescue stations.
A Boat Driven and Powered Totally by Solar Energy
For a humanitarian and emergency aid outpost/ boat, hundreds of horsepower are not required for a 12,000 pound, forty foot boat such as the MOG Solar Electric Boat to move through the water safely.
All electricity for drive and appliances comes from the solar array atop the boat, currently over...
UAV system controlled via the cellular network
How might we communicate locally by Air- and Marine VHF voice radio from a remote drone over an internet connection?
A UAV system controlled via a cellular network
This is a project to develop a system to evaluate streaming remote video and controlling a drone over the internet.
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.
Keeping our future unmanned planes on high allert.
To develop a system of remotely operated UAV:s – as described in the “Providence” project – we would have to design a remotely controlled launching mechanism housed in a protective box.
The open source for projects and innovations for safer waters and better sea rescue.
A work in progress from the Swedish Sea Rescue Society. A place for any and all projects related to sea rescue. A place to share, a place to find, a place for cooperations to form, a place to call for project work that needs to be done.