Titus- An Innovative Rescue System

Water rescue operations are risky endeavors that need skill as well as time management. Getting to the spot in time is one of the most restricting factors in any rescue operation and even more so in cases of water accidents. This is so because the time for things to go worse from bad in a water accident is too little. Keeping this in mind, a new mobile has been designed with aim of aiding rescue operations of lifeguards on coast.

The Titus looks like a cross between a small boat and a surf board. It has been developed as a result of research conducted on various factors that make for an effective rescue operation. This research included various aspects involved in rescuing people like access to the spot, kinds of existing mobiles for similar purposes, their advantages and limitations and environmental characteristics that might come into play.

The result of this research indicated need for a device that would be extremely portable, allowing it access to even those little spots that are often most accident prone areas but tough to get to for rescue operations. The research also highlighted need for a device that would considerably cut short the time lapse in getting to the accident spot.

Taking into considerations these results, the answer was presented in form of the Titus. This portable water mobile comes with a propulsion system that is quick, efficient and environment friendly. The size and the design of the Titus have been kept so as to provide maximum portability and ease of management.

Special attention has been given to the geometry of the design which enables the Titus to retain its stability even under turbulent conditions while managing both the rescuer and the victim. It also ensures that this mobile remains absolutely easy in its usability including driving and steering for emergencies. All this gives it a good speed which hugely cuts down the average time needed in the commute.

This device comes as an answer to all rescue operations’ needs. Everything about it has been aimed at increasing efficiency of rescue operations. Titus has been designed as an answer to the changing needs of typical actions of rescuers.

Its speed and efficiency makes it the most apt mobile for the job. And it’s lesser harmful impact on the environment gives it bonus points as well. Certainly, a lot of change has come in this particular technology over the last few years but with its introduction, we can expect the waters to become much more secure than before.

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