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Re-defining
Search and Rescue

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Operation: Take Me Home

We are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in locating the at-risk population that wanders or elopes. Radio Frequency Transmitters can be located up to a mile away with receivers

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Communications Center

"The most challenging aspect to manage in SAR operations is communication. It is necessary to enable communication flow and be able to reduce the amount of redundant information; to route that data that is not strictly relevant to the operation to other areas in order to only focus on what is directly involved in the coordination of SAR operations.

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Drones

The real power that drones provide to rescue operators is the easy access to aerial data of a large area, which gives the rescue team the ability to expedite the process of finding a missing person, where every second count.

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Hummingbird Helix 7

Sonar technology has the ability to help locate underwater objects in operations where turbid waters may hinder maximum camera visibility. Perhaps most well known for search & recovery operations, sonar can help police and rescue teams locate evidence or victims underwater.

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Search Dogs

The skills of search and rescue (SAR) dogs can mean the difference between life and death, especially during natural disasters, mass casualty events, and when locating missing people.

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Training Available

  • CERT

  • Lost Person Behavior

  • Autism, Alzheimer's and Technology: Resources for Emergency Personnel (accredited through MPOETC and the PA Dept. of Health)

  • Map and Compass

  • Drone Flying

  • and more