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Search and Rescue / maritime salvage

Search and Rescue
Search and Rescue

Maritime salvage takes too long
The developed positioning concept solves that problem. Since this problem cannot be sorted out by the engine power of the emergency vehicles, there is just one possibility left: the driven distances must be shortened. For this purpose the rescue cruisers are no longer based at harbours but permanantly offshore by what the distances to the sites of operation at high seas are reduced extremely. To realize this, an artificial island serves as the home port. For this operation purpose a rescue cruiser was drafted and designed. Many solutions in every detail ease the daily work of the rescuer.

University

Universität Duisburg-Essen

Universität Duisburg-Essen
Essen, Germany

Prof. K. Mehnert
Dipl. Des. S. Lienhard

Design

Thon. Adrian

Thon. Adrian
Essen, Germany

Adrian Thon