There are various technologies available to track missing subjects with dementia that allow trained searchers to locate them.
I presented at the Unmanned Systems Canada conference in Vancouver on the operational use of UAVs for Search and Rescue.
This year I’m attending the conference, presenting, and facilitating at two sessions, exhibiting at the trade show and cheering on the SAR Games.
The federal government recently undertook a review of Canada’s Search and Rescue program, this is my contribution to the Quadrennial SAR review
The prototype YourLo.ca/tion service was used in a recent rescue; updates on the service and an appeal for donations to keep it running.
People don’t know how to make their smart phone show their location, so I created a service that lets SAR track a person’s location via their smart phone.
Coquitlam SAR member Jordan and I attended the VI Region Communications Workshop in Parksville yesterday, with 45 representatives from 10 VI SAR Teams, amateur radio clubs, and EMBC. I presented my talk from SARScene 2012 (for those who attended, this …
After many years of development, my mapping project TrueNorth is in beta testing.
It can be hazardous when a bad user interface makes people believe something is exact when it’s an estimate, or even worse, a guess.
A known GPS dilution of accuracy event will occur tomorrow (January 16) from 14:15 to 14:45 local time.