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This paper presents presents a study on e ciency of Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) missions that has been carried out within the framework of the German research project I-LOV. After three years of development, first field tests have been carried out in 2011 by professionals such as the Rapid Deployment Unit for Salvage Operations Abroad (SEEBA). We present results from evaluating search teams in simulated USAR scenarios equipped with newly developed technical search means and digital datadoi:10.1080/01691864.2013.763723 fatcat:hgvtrqihnrfgnphsgsxvad7hsa