Vertical Rescue | Mid Air Rescue
The Highrise Emergency and Aerial Response Team (H.E.A.R.T.) has the mission to achieve new heights in the new 2016
Въздушно-височинен, аварийно спасителен отряд, Highrise Emergency, Aerial Rescue, Response Team, H.E.A.R.T.,
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The Beginning

In 20012, Ivan Kiristoff and Fortis Middle East began paving the way for a new generation of rope rescue from super high rise structures. A Mid Air Rescue System.

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M.A.R.S.

THE GREATEST CHALLENGE in aerial rescue

Let’s save lives in mid air

With Fortis Swiss Watches company, we want to present the concept M.A.R.S. to the world with a simple mission,  to make it easy for people, pilots and businesses to join forces to develop the new concept of rescue. Our main goal is to explore the opportunity to create a new kind of aerial rescue that will open a new chapter in the aviation. In 2017 we plan to achieve the impossible. Get more information on some projects that are already in the pipeline

The Explorers

Pioneering new ways to break the boundaries

Two pilots associated to demonstrate the potential of the MARS project: Ivan Kristoff, a paraglider pilot and explorer with his avant-gardist vision, and Lt. Nikoaly Kalajdjiev, military jet pilot and extreme sportsman. Along with other pilots and friends they will showcase the capability of conducting mid air rope access and rescue. During the Eight International  Scientific Conference at the Bulgarian Academy of the Ministry of Interior Affairs, Ivan Kristoff will present his presentations on the First stage of the training for the M.A.R.S. project.

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An idea born in Bulgaria

An idea born in Bulgaria

A new World? A beautiful scene from action movie? No, bold thinking, mental challenge and smart use of new technology! A brave eccentric project to appeal to one’s emotions and get one’s adrenalin pumping: to transfer emergency personnel to  hard to reach places  and rescue lives without limit.