How It Works
AquaEye® is being used by Fire Rescue, Lifeguard, Law Enforcement and Search and Rescue teams to quickly locate a rescue or recovery target.
AquaEye® is an advanced handheld sonar, using the latest in ultrasound and artificial intelligence technologies to identify human bodies underwater. It is able to scan 85,000 square feet in 5 minutes.
AquaEye® handheld scanner enables rescuers to quickly access a scene and identify potential victims promptly. AquaEye® allows a rescuer to act quickly and search a greater area in less time and may reduce the need for additional recovery resources.
What It Does For Your Team
Water rescue and recovery teams are investing in AquaEye for three reasons:
- Speed up rescues and recoveries
- Increase Team Safety
- Resource Efficiency
AquaEye handheld sonar enables rescuers to quickly access a scene and identify potential victims within seconds of entering the water.
Keeping your team safe is key, and the water is a dangerous place. By speeding up a search, AquaEye shortens the time your team is in the water.
Being efficient with your resources is also important. Teams tied up during a long water rescue or recovery create resource constraints which can lead to longer response times and increased labor hours
Portable and Durable
In water rescue, every second counts, which is why AquaEye® is designed for “grab and go" and single operator use. It will remain fully charged while on its charging dock and once removed will operate continuously for 6-8 hours before requiring recharging. However, in regular use situations, it is likely to last about 3-4 weeks before requiring a full recharge.
AquaEye® is the first of its kind search and rescue product and is designed to survive in real-world conditions. Rescuers operate in all weather and in unpredictable environments. Their equipment must do the same. AquaEye® scanner quality is robust, buoyant, waterproof, can withstand salt and sand, and is built to sustain impact.
AquaEye® is an advanced underwater scanner, using the latest in ultrasound and AI technologies to identify human bodies underwater.