Leader HASTY 2-in-1 life detector and search camera

2-in-1 equipment ideal for USAR (Urban Search and Rescue) operations

Leader HASTY combines the functions of seismic detection (listening device) + visual search (camera) for finding trapped victims under rubble in a confined space.

Wireless seismic sensors

The rescuer can connect up to 3 wireless seismic sensors (range of 100m each in open field).
The triangulation technique is then very easy to use compared to the use of wired sensors. The rescuer keeps one hand free for its personal equilibrium and safety.

Rapid deployment

Thanks to its wireless sensors, Leader HASTY implementation is simple and fast compared to wired systems. Rescue teams are 3 times faster with wireless sensors.
Search camera is just as quick to deploy!


The rescuer can switch from seismic detection mode (vibration detection) to search camera mode at a glance. Screen size is optimal for viewing the scene. This way, the rescuer is able to carry out rapid searches during recognition (detection phase) or to deepen the search to locate a victim (locating phase).
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Leader HASTY is the only USAR equipment in the world combining a victim detector with seismic sensors and a search camera to visually locate victims under the rubble.

Compared to wired technology, wireless seismic sensors deploy simply and quickly. To cover a wide detection range, three wireless sensors with a range of 100m each (in open field) can be connected at the same time.

HASTY, a 2-in-1 victim detection and location device: seismic sensors detect signs of life generating vibrations, and search camera precisely locates the victim under the rubble. Seismic sensors also allow the location of a victim through different methods such as triangulation.



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