Those who cannot be seen, cannot be saved!
An AIS S.A.R.T. (Search and Rescue Transponder) is a stand-alone unit used in situations of distress, e.g. man over board. The easyRESCUE devices can be attached to lifevests or liferafts and lifeboats, respectively.
AIS takes guesswork out of navigation
AIS technologies provide insight into “shipping data” of commercial vessels and pleasure crafts in your vicinity. With a AIS Class B Transponder you can inform your “neighbors” about your own position as well as about data such as COG and SOG.
Real-time tracking to locate objects and persons!
The easyPOSALERT tracking system enables you to receive and display position reports of objects in a “closed user group” in real time via VHF technology.
Enjoy diving with SAFETY
In order to be seen and saved in distress, our AIS S.A.R.T. unit easyRESCUE is so constituted that it can be used up to a diving depth of 100 meters.
MTS TechSurge conference
Search & Rescue at Sea
Weatherdock was one of the presenting sponsors of the MTS TechSurge conference in Chennai with focus on “Search & Rescue at Sea”. This conference was held by the Indian marine technology society and organized by Elektronik Lab.
Alfred Kotouczek-Zeise, CEO of Weatherdock, was one of the speaker together with Coast Guard Commanders, Real Admirals and other important and responsible people of different authorities and countries.
We are proud of being part of this important and mind opening event to start putting “Search & Rescue at Sea” on the next level.
for the “Grand Prix
of Small and Medium Business”
Weatherdock was nominated in Germany for the award “Grand Prix of Small and Medium Business 2016”. Read more …
available in Apple Store
Starting in February 2016 the Weatherdock Apps for AIS Class B transceiver easyTRX2S and AIS S.A.R.T. & DSC personal emergency transmitter are now available in the Apple Store. Read more …
„Ghost fishing” is a worldwide problem. There are a lot of brave divers who contribute with their work to bring a solution to this problem. They are collecting waste and derelict fishing gear during their dives and they create more public awareness about the serious consequences that this disaster means for our environment. Read more …