Following the “lost at sea” death of two boys in Florida, there is a movement to change State law to provide boat owners with cash savings if they are equipped with EPIRB’s (safety device).
(Note: The “could of used a See Rescue Streamer” file continues to burst at the seams.)
You still need a visual signal for rescuers to find you as shown once again by this incident in Colorado where they knew his location (GPS/EPIRB) position, yet it still took 2 days to find him! (Your head is the size of a rock on land or a coconut in the water – both nearly impossible to see.) A signal mirror (requiring active manipulation and sunlight) saved him. The passive/continuous See Rescue Streamer would have also been useful.
#SeeRescueStreamer performed well at the North Pole. Thanks Dr. Jonas Vibell – glad you made it back!
#SeeRescueStreamer was well received in Geneva, Switzerland during the corporate jet event #ebace. It makes sense that the valuable occupants of high-end corporate jets would want the same protection that military aviators around the globe now rely on when it comes to emergency signaling on water or land. Thanks #CRS for getting the word out.
Time Warner Cable commercial, fulfillment via Amazon (30 seconds), featuring drone “before/after”” footage. Military-approved and adopted SEE RESCUE STREAMER for locating people that are lost at sea or on land.
“See/Rescue®Streamer is a patented, compact fluorescent orange streamer that can help a downed pilot attract the attention of rescuers in the water or on land during the day or night. The device is available in pouch or holster versions and opens into a 25-ft-long, 6-in.-wide polyethylene streamer that was visible 1.3 mi. away at a search altitude of 1,500 ft. during Navy tests. The larger See/Rescue®Streamer uses the same technology but is 40 ft. long and is available in widths of 6 and 11 in. www.SeeRescueStreamer.com”