In production are rescue stretchers for airplanes, helicopters, snowmobiles, cars and cabins. They are made for all groups, all year round, to transport injured to a safe area. They are waterproof and protect from hypothermia, witch is common in cold strong wind in the highlands.
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Hi my name is Halla.
I am CEO of the company Hallas ehf. and designer. I have a B.Sc. in nursing, Diploma in health sciences and M.Sc. in management in the health sector.

I have a passion for mountain climbing and outdoor activities all year round. Therefore, I know how it is to carry injured people down difficult slopes, and how difficult it is to remain stable with uneven strain on the hand.

This idea came to me in these conditions and it led to further development of the stretcher. They have trusty handles and they ease heavy carry on a long way in difficult walking path. You can tie a rope to the stretcher and pull them on the ice walking or skiing. You can also tie them on a snowmobile, let them be lowered down the cliff, or haul them up in a helicopter from land or sea.

The stretcher can be folded and kept in any vehicle, or a backpack during the hike in case of a emergency. The weight is about 3kg.

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In development are thin and lightweight three folded plate to put inside the stretcher. The purpose is for the ability to carry these two things separately in backpacks to even weight for emergency equipments. They will be ready in May-June this year.

The Rescue stretchers were preliminary tested at Ársæll emergency rescue school in Reykjavik, along with tips to improve the design. My thanks to all of them.

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