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GEOS (International Emergency Response Coordination Centre (IERCC)) was created in November 2007 as a result of the merger of different monitoring centres handling travel safety and implementation of monitoring services.
With the arrival of the new Globalstar SPOT satellite in late 2007, Alliance GEOS decided to create a shared coordination centre, known now as the « International Emergency Response Coordination Centre » or IERCC.
Today, as a partner of GEOS Alliance, we are proud to offer this service to our clients.
The IERCC is considered as the world's most secured data centre in the world.
Based in Texas, it is known as the "bunker". In fact, 10 years ago, its computer systems were moved in a former underground fallout atomic shelter that was transformed in a data centre.The facility has many electrical networks, many internet connections. It would be completely self sufficient if the world disappears. In fact, the "bunker" is equipped with emergency power systems. It also has its own drinking water supply through underground wells, and also an air filtration system in the event of a chemical, biological or nuclear attack.It is also equipped with other systems allowing it to pursue its activities in the event of a disaster.
IERCC comprises teams who take turns to guarantee a 24/7, 365 days a week service.
Geos Search and Rescue
GEOS search and rescue (SAR)
This service allows you to receive extra funds to pay for emergency services that are not covered but are necessary for the rescue of a member (including staff expenses, specialised vehicles, specialised equipment, etc.).
This advantage gives its beneficiary access to up to $100 000 per year, and up to $50 000 per accident.
This service is included in the AT-SAT II and SmartOne Pack Plus membership. It covers the rescue for one person.
To subscribe to this extra package, please follow this link: Geos Alliance
GEOS Medevac Plus
Medical evacuation and emergency assistance "GEOS Medivac Plus" grants up to 1 million dollars to cover medical expenses for medical evacuation, i.e. first for transportation of a member from the location of the accident to the hospital, then to another hospital located near the victim's home, anywhere in the world.
This service is available as long as the member is located more than 99 or more from its residence.
To subscribe to a package, please follow this link: Geos Medevac