NEWAYGO COUNTY, Mich. — Newaygo County deputies were gifted AI technology that will assist in search-and-rescue operations.
“With AQUAEYE, rescuers can identify victims for the first time within seconds of being submerged underwater,” says Sheriff Bob Mendham. “This change in tactics can also have a positive impact on the safety of our dive team. The fewer the dive team members entering the water, the safer our team will be.”…
The underwater search and rescue operations has witnessed a ground-breaking advancement with VodaSafe’s AquaEye technology, catapulting the British Columbia-based company into the spotlight. Using advanced sonar technology, AquaEye emits sound waves into the water, which then bounce off objects and return as echoes. The device’s artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms analyze these echoes to detect and identify potential targets. With its recent successful rescue mission in Indonesia…
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – A new piece of technology could help rescue teams find bodies underwater. On Wednesday morning, local agencies got a firsthand look at equipment—that makes it easier to see underwater.
Search and rescue teams have all experienced long days in the water searching for a missing person who could be at the bottom of a lake or river now a new piece of technology could shorten the amount of time teams are having to search. The aqua eye is a handheld device that uses sonar and artificial intelligence to spot objects in the water that could be a person.
The next wave of ocean-rescue technology is here, and the Hampton Lifeguard Association is raising money to get it into the hands of town and village lifeguards.
Called AquaEye, the handheld device uses sonar to create a sweeping 180-degree image of what’s below the surface of the water, up to 50 meters out.
VodaSafe and AquaEye’s Erik Wolfe joins Jamie Coutts and Brent Paquette on the Growing Up Fire Podcast to talk about the challenges of water rescue.
VodaSafe Director of Sales and Marketing Erik Wolfe joined Jamie Coutts on the Growing Up Fire Podcast and the episode is now live!
Have a listen as they talk about the challenges presented by water and ice rescue, and how technology can play a role in keeping the public and team members safe. Joining them to chat was AquaEye customer Brent Paquette.
You can listen in-app wherever you get your podcasts, or at the link.
The County of Monterey Parks and Sheriff Office are receiving a lifesaving gift – handheld sonar devices and training to assist in water rescues. The devices are called AquaEye and they have advanced technology, using sonar and artificial intelligence…
The Forum Celebrates Three Women-Founded Businesses as Prize Recipients of The Odlum Brown Forum Pitch Finale 2023
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 03, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Forum – a Canadian charity that mentors, educates and empowers women entrepreneurs, is pleased to announce the three finalists of this year’s The Odlum Brown Forum Pitch Finale who each walk away with a $37,750 grand prize package to fund and fast-track their business goals.
WARTABANJAR.COM, BANJARBARU – Using the sophisticated tool AquaEye, the Search and Rescue Office or Basarnas Banjarmasin succeeded in quickly finding victims of drowning in the Tapin river in Bungur Village, Baru, Bungur District, Tapin Regency, South Kalimantan.
Meet the the 3 Finalists who will each win a $30,000 CAD prize package to fund their business visions!
The Odlum Brown Forum Pitch program continues to evolve to more explicitly help women entrepreneurs harness both the intangible and tangible types of capital that lead to thriving businesses. We want to acknowledge these different types of capitals and support with more depth this year.
VodaSafe was honored to be selected as the ‘Company of the Year − Startup’ winner at this year's 2022 Technology Impact Awards in Vancouver. In accepting the award, CEO Carlyn Loncaric said she was particularly grateful given the caliber of competition in the...
The handheld sonar device can locate people submerged in water or trapped under ice.
One of the most dreaded experiences for lifeguards is searching for a missing person in the water. Conditions may mean visual searching is almost impossible, or – at best – very difficult…
Every year, swimmers ignore the dangers of the Sandy River at their own peril. And every year, first responders give out warnings to boaters, swimmers and waders. This year, there’s a new approach – and new tools – to try to prevent another season of deadly drownings on the cold, swift dangerous river.