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The idea is to mount a novel low-cost, lightweight and miniature acoustomicrofluidic nebulisation platform onto an unmanned aerial vehicle or miniature autonomous robotic vehicle to autonomously and remotely deliver therapeutics and antidotes via inhalation to incapacitated subjects exposed to hazardous threats rapidly. This minimises the threat to first responders and medical support personnel, particularly in the event of a chemical/biological warfare agent release.

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Arena to share best practices, evaluation and lessons identified from exercises and incidents

  • Sharing documents in a systematic way
  • EPPR interested in this kind of arena, so plan should be international and Arctic-wide
  • Developing format for further evaluation and inserting lessons identified/learned so others can learn from them and can be used for R&D
  • Need to create process, standards etc.

Please share ideas, possible concepts, innovations, cooperation proposals, systems etc.

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The Department of Public Safety Canada is developing a SAR database to enable common storage of Canadian SAR case data whether Ground, Air, or Maritime SAR, since each area of SAR falls under a different jurisdiction in Canada. A database such as this should provide easier access to primary data sources, with individual privacy protected, and enable statistical analysis for policy purposes. 

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Posted on behalf of Prof. Mike Tipton (University of Portsmouth):  

Predicting cold exposure survival time on land is a very inexact science. The Cold Exposure Survival Model (CESM) (written by Dr Peter Tikuisis) can, I believe,  be used for land predictions, but without knowing much about the circumstances of an accident, it will have very wide confidence limits. 

 

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 The VDR Float Free capsule is a combine EPIRB and a storage unit with an EPIRB battery capacity of 168 hours at -20*C. This VDR Float Free capsule can also be fitted with a heating bracket so to protect and reduce iceing. The challange is that the VDR regulation only affects vessels from 3000GT and upwards. Fishing vessels or smaller vessels(less than 3000GT) are not affected by the VDR regulation and therefor not able/require to install the VDR system which include the float free storage unit, mention above.

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The idea is to reduce the bulk of the rescue personnel by exchanging the classical swimming fins with foldable, compact fins.

The description of the foldable fin is available at http://www.exofin.pl. Pictures of the product are attached.

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Equip cruiseships with som klind of booms

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Arena to share best practices, evaluation and lessons identified from exercises and incidents

  • Sharing documents in a systematic way
  • EPPR interested in this kind of arena, so plan should be international and Arctic-wide
  • Developing format for further evaluation and inserting lessons identified/learned so others can learn from them and can be used for R&D
  • Need to create process, standards etc.

Please share ideas, possible concepts, innovations, cooperation proposals, systems etc.

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Challenge:

The idea is to mount a novel low-cost, lightweight and miniature acoustomicrofluidic nebulisation platform onto an unmanned aerial vehicle or miniature autonomous robotic vehicle to autonomously and remotely deliver therapeutics and antidotes via inhalation to incapacitated subjects exposed to hazardous threats rapidly. This minimises the threat to first responders and medical support personnel, particularly in the event of a chemical/biological warfare agent release.

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The Department of Public Safety Canada is developing a SAR database to enable common storage of Canadian SAR case data whether Ground, Air, or Maritime SAR, since each area of SAR falls under a different jurisdiction in Canada. A database such as this should provide easier access to primary data sources, with individual privacy protected, and enable statistical analysis for policy purposes. 

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Posted on behalf of Prof. Mike Tipton (University of Portsmouth):  

Predicting cold exposure survival time on land is a very inexact science. The Cold Exposure Survival Model (CESM) (written by Dr Peter Tikuisis) can, I believe,  be used for land predictions, but without knowing much about the circumstances of an accident, it will have very wide confidence limits. 

 

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 The VDR Float Free capsule is a combine EPIRB and a storage unit with an EPIRB battery capacity of 168 hours at -20*C. This VDR Float Free capsule can also be fitted with a heating bracket so to protect and reduce iceing. The challange is that the VDR regulation only affects vessels from 3000GT and upwards. Fishing vessels or smaller vessels(less than 3000GT) are not affected by the VDR regulation and therefor not able/require to install the VDR system which include the float free storage unit, mention above.

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The idea is to reduce the bulk of the rescue personnel by exchanging the classical swimming fins with foldable, compact fins.

The description of the foldable fin is available at http://www.exofin.pl. Pictures of the product are attached.

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Equip cruiseships with som klind of booms

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Arena to share best practices, evaluation and lessons identified from exercises and incidents

  • Sharing documents in a systematic way
  • EPPR interested in this kind of arena, so plan should be international and Arctic-wide
  • Developing format for further evaluation and inserting lessons identified/learned so others can learn from them and can be used for R&D
  • Need to create process, standards etc.

Please share ideas, possible concepts, innovations, cooperation proposals, systems etc.

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Challenge: SAR Database

The Department of Public Safety Canada is developing a SAR database to enable common storage of Canadian SAR case data whether Ground, Air, or Maritime SAR, since each area of SAR falls under a different jurisdiction in Canada. A database such as this should provide easier access to primary data sources, with individual privacy protected, and enable statistical analysis for policy purposes. 

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The idea is to reduce the bulk of the rescue personnel by exchanging the classical swimming fins with foldable, compact fins.

The description of the foldable fin is available at http://www.exofin.pl. Pictures of the product are attached.

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