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emergency beacons
Participants carried out tests of emergency beacons utilizing the Galileo SAR/COSPAS-SARSAT system.
Galileo Search and Rescue
Currently, 43 countries and various international organizations participate in the operation and management of the COSPAS-SARSAT system.
emergency distress beacon
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority sent a rescue aircraft after receiving an emergency distress beacon activation.
distress beacon
The climbers activated the distress alerting function of their InReach device after the rock slide.
EPIRB
The rescue team headed to Whirinaki Forest Park in response to the activation of a personal locator beacon.
EPIRB
The group activated their EPIRB before midday on Saturday, with bad weather hampering the helicopter’s arrival until early afternoon.
cospas sarsat
The aeromedical evacuation was coordinated by SALVAERO and the Aerospace Operations Command.
personal locator beacon
After he became lodged against a tree, buried up to his waist, he was able to slowly wiggle his arms free and reach his PLB.
EPIRB
The lone sailor had managed to trigger his distress beacon, and ended up jumping into the sea to be rescued.
ELT tester
AIS Testing BT200
AIS Testing BT200
AIS Testing BT200
AIS Testing BT200
AIS Testing BT200
WST Antenna 420-100
WST Antenna MGAA SMA
WST Antenna 100-GAA-SMA-M
WST Cable 130-029
WST Cable 130-002
WST BT200 screen
WST BT200 screen