AquaEye handheld sonar enables rescuers to quickly access a scene and identify potential victims within seconds of entering the water.
Keeping your team safe is key, and the water is a dangerous place. By speeding up a search, AquaEye shortens the time your team is in the water.
Being efficient with your resources is also important. Teams tied up during a long water rescue or recovery create resource constraints which can lead to longer response times and increased labor hours
Watch AquaEye in action as the user locates a hiding diver sitting on the bottom of the lake. We use free divers so there are no bubbles to act as clues, and the diver was instructed to hide for 1 minute. Our user is able to enter the water, complete the scan and determine the location of the missing human in under 1 minute.
In waterfront rescue, every second counts, which is why AquaEye is designed for grab and go situations. It will remain fully charged while on its charging dock and once removed will operate continuously for 8 hours before requiring a recharge. If an AquaEye® is left on standby without being used for long periods of time we recommend recharging it once every 2-3 months.
AquaEye® is designed to survive in real-world conditions. Rescuers operate in all weather and in unpredictable environments and their equipment must do the same. AquaEye® scanner quality is robust, buoyant, waterproof, can withstand salt and sand, and is built to sustain impact.
Where To Find Us and How to Buy
Where to Find Us and How to Buy
We are proud to be exhibiting at FDIC. You can find us at booth 10008 in the Wabast West Lobby. Just ouside the classrooms! Come and chat about AquaEye, water rescue, sonar and victim recovery with us.
When you are ready to buy, we know that finding budget can be the hardest part. That's why we offer fundraising and grant writing support, so that we can get AquaEye in the hands of as many teams as possible. The more teams that have one nearby, the better chance we have to save a life.