The plan is simple: building the first Smart Innovation and Creative Center for Rescuers of the Future in Bulgaria, where the project will be working for the next 10 years. By the end of 2019, we plan to present a new helicopter rescue methodology by air, by 2020. To organize an Innovation Forum and introduce new concepts in rescue, by the end of 2021, to do the necessary tests and innovations, and in 2022 we will develop a completely new methodology for the next level of rescue.
The idea sounds crazy, but there are many unresolved rescue issues where hundreds of people have died. Ivan Kristoff and partners plan to prepare the project for global TV production companies. Several years ago, Ivan Kristoff announced the M.A.R.S. in Dubai, whose goal was to create an elite detachment of rescuers to deal with the rescue of high-rise buildings. And while the deadlines for these projects are still only planned and their implementation depends on specialized equipment and cooperation with equipment manufacturers, Bulgaria may be the first to implement the project. Bulgaria is among the first six in the world to send cosmonauts in the orbit of the Earth and have researched in this area.
On December 2019n December 2019, Ivan Kristoff will announce his plan and drawings to build an Institute of Vertical Operations to be launched in 2020. Before making the Innovation Center in Sofia at the foot of Vitosha Mountain, the builders of the newly formed team of investors will create an imitation of the Sofia project at the foot of the Rila Mountain, which will be called MARS Innovation Center. The team intends to attract the attention of experts from all over the world with their next impressive project. The explanation for the new attraction is that it is being created to prepare for future rescuers. The project’s design will take center stage in the Dubai helicopter with an exhibition, conference and prominent lecturers, including a former astronaut.
Partners of the Bulgarian exhibition will be companies from the high-tech sector. “The Persian Gulf wants to play a role in the future and bring the region to the next level,” said Margarita Sergieva, project manager. The population of the UAE is about 9 million, of which only 1.4 million are Emirates citizens. “Their aim is to create a knowledge-based and creativity-based economy,” said Margarita. “So it is important to establish ourselves as a science center.” Project M. A. R. S. is a purely scientific mission, “she added.