In 1997, Ivan Kristoff completed the World's First World Record for ascending and rappelling from a flying civilian helicopter over lake Ontario, near Toronto. Canada. This year he will initiated a specialized filming from under Ice apnea training the Rescue One Project.
In 2003, Ivan Kristoff completed the World's First Rope Access Work above 500 meters off the ground. This year he initiated a ONE K panoramic and AI filming from a military helicopter to capture some amazing footage for his new initiative - the Rescue One Project.
In 2002, Ivan Kristoff completed another World's First from a flying military helicopter, over the Madara Horsmen in Bulgaria. Due to the extreme flying conditions that occurred due to the sudden change form the local to the mainstream wind front the execution of...
...the heli operation was performed in a critical situations. Now he will initiate a specialized training program that involves new technology for remote crisis management and methodology for vertical/aerial rope access and rescue operations.
The innovative concept or Resuce.One is that One rescuer can be trained and supported, so that he can be self efficient and by him self, he can respond to any rescue at any high at any time. One rescue team can respond within the One Medical Golden Hour to any ER and have the full capability to provide in real time Live video streaming and data transfer if necessary.
We need an elite rescue climbing team that can be micro managed, self-sustained and deal with acute mountain sickness, caused by the lack of oxygen in the lower air pressure that exists at higher altitudes, as well as snow blindness and frostbite. should things go wrong. Rescue ONE is the solution for High Risk/Low Frequency events that happen in hard to reach places.
What we learned from the moral story of the "Climber Rescued on Pakistan’s ‘Killer Mountain" article is to create a case study and a scientific research on the motivation, psychopathology, social impact, international trade and diplomatic consequences, as well as the message that people and most important - the new generation will learn from this experience - up there, high in the mountains.
Има нужда от работна среща за създаване на клъстер в областта на спасяването, здравето и науките за живота в България. Oтправяме Отворена покана за партньори в организацията и към момента са заявили интерес компании, представители на неправителствени организации, на университети и експерти. Целта на клъстера ще е да създаде и развива екосистема в областта на науките за спасяването, живота и здравето, и да се представя България в национален и международен план.
The Rescue.One ecosystem comprises several partners from academia, the public and the private sector. The main idea is to facilitate open collaboration and to accelerate innovation by bringing together various partners able to contribute to the needs of the rescue sector.
The ecosystem approach enables the combination of expertise from AI (Artificial Intelligence and Authentic Information), technologies and life/rescue science to introduce smart Rescue.One solutions for delivering advanced rescue at extreme heights solutions.
Multidisciplinary researchers, access to different health/rescue data sources and numerous start-ups create the basis for thriving RDI activities. We plan to organize and Innovation Forum and create and Innovation Center for Rescue.One, researchers and companies, facilitating their international collaboration, and promoting new initiatives.
We are developing an innovative Concepts for the Next Generation Rescuer - the E-Rescuer who can contribute and benefit from the Next Generation Internet. Ivan Kristoff inspired a team to create a virtual reality based on special video footage and pictures from real flights.
You can benefit from the know-how of the most experienced organizations for Air SAR mission and aerial rescue with a world leading company, which is based in the Swiss Alps and has the biggest multi disciplinary portfolio for rescue operations.
Currently we work on New Futuristic Innovative Concepts for Hell Rescue operations. Ivan Kristoff is experienced with the various external attachments of Eurocopter AS350, with the Eurocopter AS532 Cougar and filming with the Eurocopter AS365 Dauphin helicopters.
Our Innovation Rescue Fund can contribute for AIR SAR for Bulgarian and Canadian Mountaineers across the world. Even if we are beyond the critical time for personal involvement on site, we can manage situations remotely with financial and technical support for aerial rescue or surveillance.
With the Air Unit of the former Bulgarian National Gendarmerie and the Faculty of Fire Safety and Civil Protection of the Academy of the Ministry of Interior, Ivan Kristoff organized and executed the very first of it kind air rescue training form the exterior of a high-rise.
With the AIR AMBULANCE of Heli Air Services we had the experience of external heavy load hauling in the highest Bulgarian mountain and transport of filming personnel and equipment for the #ForBulgaria project.
Rappelling from Gendarmeria M i17, Eurocopter AS350 with experienced pilot form the filming industry to climbing up the ropes under a Eurocopter AS532 Cougar with pilot Gen. Zlatko Zlatev and other flying crews and helicopters of the Bulgarian Forces and civilian companies is quite a an experience.
From work with single to twin engine helicopters, ivan Kristoff reduces the risk for The rescue missions or aerial operations by taking most of the risk on himself with Rescue ONE. Everything that puts the life of rescuers in extreme danger can be minimized by extreme measures.
The main core of Rescue ONE is ONE Mission - through bold projects and innovation to minimize loss of life and maximize efficiency, Experimental work at extreme situations is our signature. That is why we have successfully survived multiple stunts with Experiential helicopter.
This is the most simplified model for rescue operation that is light, self-efficient, self-financed, self-trained, independent ONE entity that can be deployed in high risk uncertain situations and dangerous places. ER, Air medical, military air crews and rescue teams consist of many personnel that can be exposed to extreme danger. It is not justified for them to be trained the way Ivan Kristoff has trained – for extreme risks.