Dive into a world of impactful partnerships that drive safety innovation to new heights.

Here, we highlight exceptional cases that showcase the power of collaboration in shaping a safer future across various sectors.

LifeFinder’s game-changing solution:

To test and demonstrate its effectiveness, we seamlessly integrated LifeFinder’s portable technology into the MV Patriot’s day-to-day operations. This integration enabled faster and more accurate location of crew members in the event of an emergency, underlining the importance of technological advances in critical situations at sea.

Redefining emergency response:

The results of initial trials on board the MV Patriot have been promising, demonstrating LifeFinder’s ability to significantly reduce emergency response times. Thanks to seamless connectivity with gateways and the use of StarLink satellites, we have been able to reduce activation times for CO2 fire systems from 30 minutes to 10 minutes, a remarkable advance in maritime safety.

Detection sensor
Detection sensor

Enhancing maritime safety

In the ever-changing landscape of maritime safety, technological advances continue to play a vital role in ensuring the well-being of crew members and the protection of valuable assets.

Recently, as part of the Safetytech Accelerator‘s Waypoint programme, we highlighted the high potential of safety tech with our LifeFinder on-board alert solution, in partnership with American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrer group.

Waypoint, a bridge between innovation and safety:

The Waypoint programme, an integral part of the Safetytech accelerator, introduces cutting-edge technologies to the maritime sector. Designed to strengthen safety protocols and response mechanisms, this initiative is at the cutting edge of maritime innovation.


Status and alerts dashboard
Status and alerts dashboard

Looking Ahead:

Building on the success of the pilot phase, the future lies in the full installation of our LifeFinder technology on the ship.  This crucial step not only aims to refine existing protocols, but also signifies a commitment to embrace innovation in the pursuit of unrivaled maritime safety standards.

For a full insight into the transformative impact of LifeFinder’s localization technology, read the full case study here.

Curious to find out more about this ground-breaking initiative or to explore partnership opportunities? Please contact us directly.

Sailing towards the second phase of the LifeFinder pilot project

Welcome back to the latest update on the LifeFinder pilot project!

 After our first successful crossing aboard the American Roll-on Roll-off Carrier (ARC), a subsidiary of the Wallenius Wilhelmsen Group, at the end of October 2023, we are back on board to begin the exciting second phase of the LifeFinder pilot project.

 This partnership materialized through our participation in Waypoint, Sayfetytec Accelerator’s maritime acceleration programme.

Anders Schening -
CEO LifeFinder
 Adam Bengtsson -
Field Application
 (right to left)
Anders Schening - CEO LifeFinder & Adam Bengtsson - Field Application (right to left)

Undoubtedly, the pivotal role played by the ship’s team and officers cannot be overstated. Their unwavering support, valuable constructive feedback, and steadfast commitment were indispensable in enabling us to grasp their day-to-day requirements and exceed their expectations. 

The close collaboration with users of our Lifefinder system not only refines our perspective on safety but also provides us with the invaluable chance to enhance and refine our offerings.

With this collaborative effort, we are confident in delivering nothing short of the epitome of Safety Tech.

Design sans titre 3

As you know, the first phase of our pilot project was a significant success, confirming the validity of our innovative approach and generating a lot of interest from our current partners. 

The lessons learnt from this phase have been invaluable in refining our strategy and informing the design of this second phase.

We are now focusing on optimizing the installation of the system, refining positioning and improving data transmission.

These objectives have been carefully defined, taking into account the lessons learnt from the first phase, and are designed to strengthen trust with our partners, while demonstrating our expertise and ability to adapt to the requirements of blue-chip companies.


John Harisson
1st Assistant Engineer
M/V Patriot
ARC Shipping
John Harisson 1st Assistant Engineer M/V Patriot ARC Shipping

We remain committed to pushing back the boundaries of what is possible in the field of lone worker safety, data transmission and positioning. 

The second phase of the LifeFinder pilot project marks another milestone in our journey, and we look forward to continuing this collaborative exploration with our partners, paving the way for a future where safety technology seamlessly integrates with the requirements of large enterprises.


This is an important step in the quest of LifeFinder to re-enforce our guide principle which is to save lives. We are embarking on an extensive journey to elevate safety standards on maritime vessels using IoT technology.

Indeed, ARC’s high safety standards make them an ideal partner. LifeFinder is providing ARC with its cutting-edge and innovative IoT technology.

This partnership materialized through our participation in Waypoint, Sayfetytec Accelerator’s maritime acceleration programme.

Safetytech Accelerator is the first fully dedicated technology accelerator focused on the unique challenges faced by safety-critical industries and critical infrastructure.


We are enthusiastic to work with ARC who put its trust in our expertise and entrusted us with the security of its staff and its ship. The pilot program is currently underway, and we are look forward to sharing more information about the results in the near future.

Stay tuned for more information on the pilot program!

The perfect match with maritime transport and IoT technology

We are grateful to share with you our strong partnership with America Roll-on Roll-off Carrier (ARC) a subsidiary of Wallenius Wilhelmsen. ARC, is a global leader in ocean transportation and logistics. One of the world’s leading shipping and logistics companies, with a fleet of state-of-the-art vessels and a strong presence in key global markets. In this context, the Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to transform maritime safety by enabling it to collect and analyse real-time data from a variety of sources, including sensors. This data can be used to improve vessel surveillance, accident prevention and incident response.


It allows us to be in a high added value collaboration. In terms of technology, this enables us to put our technology to the test and provide our expertise in emergency detection. The pilot project is a promising success, with team’s initial feedback being positive:

LifeFinder greatly reduces the time required to safely deploy the vessel CO2 Extinguishing System, by providing a live accounting and attendance of all officers and crew.
Kiah Pinto
Master, MV Patriot

I think the implementation of LifeFinder would be a key tool in locating an individual in the event of injury or disorientation in an emergency situation.”
Michael Fennell
Chief Engineer, MV Patriot


LifeFinder Embarks on a Maritime Adventure with Maersk for Connected Shipping

We are elated to unveil our newest venture alongside Maersk, highlighting our mutual devotion to revolutionizing the maritime industry through the power of IoT. This venture champions the concept of connected ships, an embodiment of safety and technological finesse on the vast oceans.

By integrating LifeFinder’s IoT prowess, we have managed to blanket the entire ship, tapping into over 100,000 data points using state-of-the-art LoRa technology. This innovation promises easy installation, expansive coverage, and extended battery life, reiterating our dedication to creating seamless, high-performing systems.

On this journey with Maersk, we have emphasized the practical implementation of our technology. From “man overboard” alerts to CO2/gas alarms and even ensuring the closure of doors that must remain shut, our focus has been on enhancing onboard safety. Additionally, water leak detection and an alarm system to swiftly pinpoint everyone on board in emergencies, such as fires, showcases our deep commitment to welfare aboard.

Steen Sander Jacobsen, Head of Fleet Technology and Innovation at Maersk Tankers, praised our work, stating, “LifeFinder’s technology is truly groundbreaking. It has the potential to transform the maritime industry in terms of safety.”

This partnership with Maersk is just the tip of the iceberg for LifeFinder. As pioneers in safety tech innovation, we are set on steering the maritime world towards more secure horizons. Our day aboard the Maersk ship, from morning till they wrapped up loading cargo, was a testament to our efficacy and dedication.

Join us as we navigate through this wave of innovation and safety, promising new milestones in our continuous effort to make the maritime domain a bastion of safety and tech excellence.


LifeFinder Initiates Collaboration with Räddningstjänsten Storgöteborg for a Safer Future

At LifeFinder we are proud to announce the commencement of an ambitious partnership with Räddningstjänsten Storgöteborg. This collaboration underscores our joint commitment to enhancing the safety of our courageous firefighters, particularly during challenging situations like forest fires, where teams are often more dispersed.

LifeFinder, renowned for its advanced IoT solutions, will integrate these technologies into the daily operations of Räddningstjänsten Storgöteborg. This aims to provide additional protection and security for our brave firefighters during their heroic efforts to protect the community.

“We are extremely grateful to be collaborating with Räddningstjänsten Storgöteborg,” says the CEO of LifeFinder. “We look forward to demonstrating the impact of our safety tech innovation on the frontlines, and we are confident that this partnership will form an integral part of our joint pursuit towards a safer future for our brave heroes.”

LifeFinder continues to be at the forefront of developing innovative safety technology solutions. By integrating advanced IoT systems into everyday operations, we can offer effective and lifesaving solutions to various sectors in society.

Stay tuned for more updates on our ongoing work and this exciting partnership. We are eager to show the world the positive impact LifeFinder’s innovations can have on those who risk their lives to protect us every day.

We look forward to building on this partnership and making even more strides in our quest to make the world a safer place.

LifeFinder and the Safetytech Accelerator Partnership Aiming for Safer Nearshore Operations

At LifeFinder we are proud to announce our participation in the esteemed Waypoint 4 program by Safetytech Accelerator and Lloyd’s Register. This prestigious affiliation marks a new era in our commitment to the advancement of safety and risk mitigation in high-risk industries.

The Safetytech Accelerator stands as the first accelerator fully dedicated to technological advancement within the realms of safety and risk across industrial sectors. This collaboration aligns perfectly with our mission of ensuring safety and saving lives in high-risk environments, such as the nearshore marine industry, through our proactive detection devices.

Our groundbreaking device represents a significant evolution in safety technology. It works by detecting and alerting to dangerous and life-threatening situations, thereby contributing to a safer working environment. Its simplicity and effectiveness are manifested in the smooth integration with daily safety gear used by the industry’s workforce.

In partnering with the Safetytech Accelerator, our aim is to revolutionize the maritime industry by confronting and addressing safety and risk challenges during nearshore operations. We believe that this collaborative initiative brings us one step closer to realizing our vision of making marine onshore and offshore environments safer for all involved parties.

As we embark on this journey, we look forward to working closely with global maritime partners. With the support and expertise offered by the Safetytech Accelerator, we are committed to shaping a safer and more reliable maritime landscape.


LifeFinder and Research Institutes of Sweden Team Up to Revolutionize Maritime Safety

In a significant stride towards elevating safety standards in the maritime industry, LifeFinder is leveraging its years of expertise and its advanced Internet of Things (IoT) technology. In collaboration with Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE) and IoT sensor experts from Linnéuniversitetet, LifeFinder is dedicated to reshaping the future of cargo transportation safety.

LifeFinder has a long-standing reputation for enhancing worker safety. Now, using their deep-rooted knowledge in IoT technology, LifeFinder has engineered sensors that can monitor cargo movements closely during transportation. This state-of-the-art technology effectively identifies any unusual shifts in the cargo’s securing systems, thereby enhancing the security of valuable cargo.

The goal of this initiative is not only to safeguard the lives of maritime workers but also to protect the integrity of the cargo they transport. By integrating their technology with existing safety measures, LifeFinder aims to lead the industry in ensuring the safety of the cargo, the vessels, and most importantly, the maritime workers.

This groundbreaking project is supported and funded by Stiftelsen Sveriges Sjömanshus, an acknowledgment of the potential this collaboration has to transform safety standards within the maritime industry. The combined expertise of LifeFinder, RISE, and Linnéuniversitetet promises to be a powerful force in advancing safer and more secure shipping practices.