McMurdo Group plans search-and-rescue webinars

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McMurdo Group said it will host a webinar series on satellite-based search and rescue, featuring industry experts who will detail the latest SAR process and technology advancements.

McMurdo said the series, which will be available to a worldwide audience, will detail the steps and technologies available during a search-and-rescue scenario in an informative and educational setting.

The first webinar in the series will be “The 5 Critical Stages of the Search and Rescue Ecosystem” at 11 a.m. EDT on Thursday.

The webinar will feature McMurdo Group president and general manager Jeremy Harrison and Lt. Bryan Cantfil, SAR analyst at the Coast Guard Office of Search and Rescue.

The free presentation will review what happens when an emergency beacon is triggered and offer a glimpse into SAR product innovations and technological advancements on the horizon.

Additional information about this and other webinars and free registration are available at https://www.brighttalk.com/channel/10563.

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