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Surf Life Saving Qld helicopter to land at SAR Conference

Surf Life Saving Qld will land one of their VH-NVG Eurocopter EC135P2 helicopters (call sign Life Saver 45) on the Pavilion Lawn in front of Jupiters Gold Coast’s Conference Centre Wednesday 6 May at 8:15am. Attendees of the Search and Rescue Conference will have the opportunity to hear from Surf Life Saving Qld about the

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New order for Selex ES search-and-rescue radars

Article originally published on United Press International (UPI.com) 17 April 2015 by Richard Tomkins   Search-and-rescue radar for special mission jets of Cobham Aviation Services in Australia have been ordered from Britain’s Selex ES, the company announced. Under the multi-million dollar award Selex ES will provide its Seaspray 5000E Active Electronically Scanned Array surveillance radar, which will

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Panel to Highlight Future Trends in the Search and Rescue Industry

The Australian & New Zealand Search and Rescue Conference (SAR) is a one-day event held on the 6th May 2015 at Jupiters Gold Coast. The Conference will feature a Panel Discussion entitled Future Trends in the Search and Rescue Industry, featuring leading industry professionals from well-respected SAR organisations across Australia and New Zealand. Moderator of the Panel:

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Aussie drone startup assists New Zealand search and rescue operation

Originally published by Startup Smart, 2 April 2015 by Broede Carmody Sydney startup Flirtey is one step closer to achieving its goal of running the skies with drones after successfully completing a trial with New Zealand’s national search and rescue organisation. The company, which hopes to use flying robots for commercial on-demand deliveries, assisted New Zealand

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New aviation rules could mean minute-by-minute tracking for aircraft in distress: UN agency

All commercial flights worldwide could soon send out an automated signal every minute in times of distress to help rescuers find downed aircraft more easily. The new measures are in response to last year’s disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in what remains one of history’s great aviation

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