When an accident occurs at sea, rescue operators need to know what has happened, the geographical position of the incident, and who needs help. This information then needs to be shared with the right people and services, even when it is continuously updated. This is where our multi-user emergency response system has proved crucial in saving valuable time and minimising mistakes. Case information is transferred digitally rather than verbally, allowing more time to be spent collecting details rather than on repeating them. Integrated data sources and tools even make it possible to anticipate the future, similar to the drift trajectory calculator, which uses meteorological forecasts to predict where an object will be located in the water over time.