Search & Rescue Solutions

VISIO-7 Wi-Fi wireless video inspection system
handheld WI-FI Enabled search device for Different purposes

is the most comprehensive kit for security operations. The device is mobile and includes the full set of replaceable telescopic rods, wireless PTZ cameras and video displays for fast assembly and check at any type of environmental challenges.


  • Wi-Fi transmission of video form camera to one or two displays.
  • Transmission, storage, analysis and processing of video at ruggedized tablet PC or smartphone.
  • Operating. temperature range within -40…+50°С
  • Telescopic rod extension from 1m to 5m.
  • Continuous smooth adjustment of telescopic rod within whole length without limitations.
  • Up to IP67 ruggedized rating.
  • Wide angle cameras.
  • PTZ control of camera and lightning control from display.

Video endoscope
Handheld Standrad White LED Light Image Device for hard to reach areas.

Video endoscope: The PVI-700 video scope supports inspection of narrow hard-to-reach areas. The scopes available are up to 3.5 m long, while diameter is only 4 mm or 6 mm. The video scope’s light source can be easily switched while in the field. Replacing the standard white LED light source unit with an optional IR light unit converts the video scope into a “night vision” surveillance device without any additional equipment.


Ergonomically designed and weighing only 1.15 kg, the video scope offers high-quality imaging, powerful illumination capabilities, 5x zoom, and a high level of maneuverability, which are important elements for providing clear, bright images of objects without damaging or destroying them.

The RubbleScan-4
portable Human Under Rubble Detection System

The RabbleScan-4 portable human under rabble detection system was designed for highly accurate location of survivals buried under rubbles by motion or breathing detection and identify the distance to the person.


The system employs proprietary motion and breathing analysis algorithms operating independently or simultaneously. The system automatically identifies the distance between the antenna and alive human being whether moving or only breathing under the rubble, in landslides or avalanches.

Radiological reconnaissance unmanned ground vehicle

Radiological reconnaissance unmanned ground vehicle: The UGV was designed for conducting radiation reconnaissance, searching for local sources of gamma radiation in hard-to-reach areas, in industrial and residential premises.

Accumulation, processing and presentation of information about the radiation situation in the form of a dose cartogram along the reconnaissance route and the location of radioactive sources.

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