A tracking system for mass rescue operations at sea

CRSQ is a live feedback-positioning system developed to provide a better overview and faster search during mass rescue operations at sea. Tracking beacons are fitted to emergency equipment such as life vests and rafts. Every position is displayed and updated in real time to all rescue resources involved. With more accurate information and positioning data, emergency services can better manage and organise operations, prioritising their actions to ensure the highest rate of survival.

Pontus Edman

  • Pontus Edman
    Umeå Institute of Design

    My name is Pontus Edman, born and raised in north of Sweden. I am a creative person always on the lookout for new perspectives and experiences. I recently graduated from the Master’s programme Advanced Product Design at Umeå Institute of Design, UID.more

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