INTSA have now completed the final technical test of the sensors for Pro EYE DTR, which is supplied by SICK. We have mounted a sensor unit on board a smaller vessel to measure stress such as vibrations after installation. The sensor has been tested for six weeks, and with great success. No errors or defects have been proven here! The sensor itself is not very visible and installation of it will not entail major rebuilds on existing vessels.
Updates and articles about courses and exercises we have completed.
We have received the screen which is supposed to be part of Pro Eye DTR's control system. This is currently at the office, and will be used to customize the software. It has 4K resolution, and with a size of 55 inches, it enables the presentation of a lot of data on one screen rather than several small ones.
First aid is an important part of the emergency preparedness exercises we at INTSA carry out with our customers. We have therefore purchased Little Anne QCPR, a training doll with feedback technology, for training of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Little Anne QCPR is made with realistic anatomy, and with the associated application, course participants receive correct
A new year has made its entrance, and it's time for an ever so small update from us at INTSA! The not so unknown situation around Covid-19 affected us and our everyday lives, but we are still happy to announce progress and development on all our initiatives: Our rescue system Pro Eye DTR, courses, as well as exercises and software.
We at INTSA now have the pleasure of announcing our new website! It is now adapted to all platforms and will bring you updates from us on a regular basis. The job of developing and adapting it to our needs has been done by Martine Leine Rafteseth. We are very happy and proud of our new site.