Abu Dhabi: The International Search and Rescue Exhibition (INSRC) 2024 will be held at the National Search and Rescue Center (NSRC), which is housed under the National Guard Command (NGC). It is a premier global event focused on showcasing cutting-edge innovations, including artificial intelligence, and fostering sustainable institutional frameworks to advance the search and rescue field,
The announcement, which highlighted the National Search and Rescue Center’s dedication to fostering collaboration and coordination among organizations in the crucial field of search and rescue, was made during a press conference held on February 1, 2024, at Fairmont Babs Al Bahr, Abu Dhabi.
The purpose of the event is to bring together eminent speakers, business leaders, and exhibitors from the local, regional, and global arenas to discuss important issues, problems, and solutions related to search and rescue.
Colonel staff pilot Rashed Al Naqbi, Manager of NSRC, said that, “We are pleased to launch the third edition of INSRC following the remarkable success of the previous editions, which witnessed huge participation from leading experts, industry professionals, and enthusiastic participants from around the globe.”
“INSRC 2024 will showcase a diverse array of technologies, including AI, and innovative approaches in line with UAE’s steadfast commitment to promoting safety, resilience, and effective search and rescue operations. Our collective efforts will play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being of communities, both locally and globally, through the strategic leverage of technology,” Al Naqbi added.
The event will showcase the safety of the future, from advances in Search and Rescue (SAR) operations to applications of artificial intelligence.
In order to ensure a robust and efficient approach to life-saving missions, INSRC 2024 will promote sustainable institutional frameworks that will improve response strategies for search and rescue operations and foster greater collaboration.
The improvement of search and rescue performance indicators will also be discussed, with special attention paid to the most effective use of available resources and capabilities. This will ultimately improve the field’s capacity to save lives and have a significant impact.