A new heartbeat detector may help rescue teams like the one pictured above locate survivors after natural and man-made disasters. FINDER NASA FEMA hurricane news
A new heartbeat detector may help rescue teams like the one pictured above locate survivors after natural and man-made disasters. FINDER NASA FEMA hurricane news

Finding Heartbeats in Rubble FINDER RESCUE FEMA NASA DISASTERS Hurricanes Victims Buried in Rubble ENGLISH

Oct 1, 2013
Scientists from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, working with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology directorate, have developed new technology that detects human heartbeats in rubble. The radar device, known as FINDER, can locate people buried under up to 20 feet of solid concrete or 30 feet of crushed building materials.

Read the article from National Geographic News

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/09/130925-heartbeat-finder-search-rescue-technology-science/

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