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Finding people in emergencies is chaotic, stressful and time critical. Search dogs save lives, but they cost a lot to train can get injured and tired.
Technology can replace living dogs in Search and Rescue operations by simulating how they work. eSAR relies on RAMAN scanning, triangulation and GPS to locate missing people and dangerous substances.
Umea Institute of Design