SARMaster is a comprehensive application that provides Rescue Coordination Center (RCC) controllers around the world with graphic and text views of a wide range of search and rescue (SAR) information. The SARMaster system also saves you time and reduces errors by automating many of the manual, time-consuming tasks commonly found in SAR operations.
A Reliable, Life-Saving Solution
From the world's leading SAR equipment provider, the field-proven SARMaster application has helped save tens of thousands of lives worldwide.
Displays all data necessary for a cohesive and well-coordinated SAR incident response, including maps, beacon locations and SAR resources.
Saves time and reduces errors when performing common SAR incident tasks – logging, data entry, rescue resources lookup, checklists, mapping and reporting, and more.
Connects with a range of international databases and helps visualize the entire range of available tools and resources to SAR operators.
Fully compliant with International Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue (IAMSAR) procedures.
SARMaster Search & Rescue Incident Management System is an advanced system that provides rescue coordination centers (RCCs) around the world with a complete view of SAR data, including emergency beacon locations and information about local SAR resources like vessels, helicopters and personnel.
The SARMaster system also features extensive SAR planning tools you can use to coordinate all SAR efforts in a cohesive fashion.
SARMaster is a client-server system. It incorporates databases (GIS, incident information, SAR resources, ship and aircraft registries, for example) and automates manual, time-consuming case information gathering tasks to save you time and reduce errors.
And SARMaster displays both spatial and text-based data on up to four monitors per system.
SARMaster has consistently proved its effectiveness for civil and military operations in COSPAS-SARSAT member countries like Canada, the United States, France and Brazil.
All levels of our SAR systems – satellite ground stations, mission control centers and RCCs – have played a key role in expanding the worldwide SAR network. In fact, they’re now used by the majority of countries that participate in the COSPAS-SARSAT program.
Our state-of-the-art SAR equipment and software have been used for decades in operations that have saved tens of thousands of lives.
Get in touch with us...