MARINE TECHNOLOGY

The Best and Brightest eVDSDs Approved for Carriage

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ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP

Replacing Toxic, Explosive Hazardous Waste with Clean LED Technology

The Path to Clean Water


Together with our customers, we have removed 1,245,000 toxic flares from the environment.

MARINE SAFETY

Safe for Your Family,
Safe for the Environment

Solving the Marine Flare Problem


Our electronic flare is a safer way to satisfy Coast Guard distress signal requirements and take perchlorate out of our water.

INNOVATION

Leading the Way

Award Winning Company


Sirius Signal has been recognized for providing safe, environmentally-conscious alternatives to traditional flares

BOATING RULES

Working Hand in Hand with the Coast Guard

Electronic Visual Distress Signal Device (eVDSDs)


We contribute our industry experience to Coast Guard professionals to help develop affordable, eco-friendly boating regulations.

Featured News

Sirius Signal Field Study Helps Save the SOS Signal Used for Maritime Emergencies

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 1/29/19 Danielle Doyle 888.526.0005 danielle@siriussignal.com The Sirius Signal team worked with USCG representatives to conduct studies researching the best colors and sequences to use when summoning help in a maritime emergency. Their findings resulted in new carriage requirements and regulations. San Diego, CA — After 100 years, the marine SOS visual distress signal will change colors in the United States. On December 21, 2018, the USCG issued a Policy Letter accepting red-orange/cyan as official colors to be used in maritime electronic visual...

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Kicking the Flare Disposal Problem Down the Road

They’re not just hazardous waste; they’re explosive hazardous waste.

We’re talking about out of date flares. Each year, the number of places that will accept expired flares for “free” continues to dwindle. Topping the list is the recent decision of the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary to no longer accept them, preceded by the same decision by most fire department stations.

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