The Liverpool firm is one of the world's largest manufacturers of marine inflatable lifejackets.
It has partnered with fellow British business and renowned electronic engineering and maritime communications specialist Ocean Signal to integrate a rescueME MOB1 device into three lifejackets.
ISP will also be launching a number of other new products at its stand 3.217 including soft-harness lifejackets and Alcares lifebuoy lights.
The rescueME MOB1 device activates automatically when a lifejacket is inflated communicating with vessels within a five-mile radius and also linking to a rescue satellite network.
ISP commercial director Geoff Billington said it is the first time an AIS (Automatic Identification System) has been built into an ISP lifejacket as a standard design.
The innovative technology now comes fitted inside ISP's Challenger Worksafe Pro, Interlock 275 and 170 Newton leisure lifejackets.
"METS provides an ideal setting to launch a new range of lifejacket models with integrated AIS," said Mr Billington. "The event is expected to attract more than 20,000 maritime industry professionals, who are specifically coming to see innovation and exchange new ideas.
"Supplying lifejackets with standard AIS is a new concept in the leisure and commercial maritime sectors. We have incorporated the technology into three very separate lifejacket models catering for different areas across these markets.
"The rescueME MOB1 device is an extremely clever piece of kit. It is the world's smallest AIS Man OverBoard system with a DSC (Digital Selective Calling) transmitter.
"DSC is a standard for sending pre-defined digital messages via the medium frequency (MF), high frequency (HF) and very high frequency (VHF) maritime radio systems. It is a core part of the Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS).
"The development is the result of our long-standing relationship with Ocean Signal. The new lifejackets combine our experience and expertise in each respective field. Essentially, it brings together the best in British lifejacket manufacturing and maritime communication technology into one seamless design.
"ISP shares many common values with Ocean Signal, including the delivery of high-calibre products driving efficiency for the end user. This is what makes our products so compatible."
ISP's Challenger Worksafe Pro - now fitted with the "AIS Recovery System" - is designed to be comfortable and unrestricted for users performing heavy manual labour. It has an ergonomic design, with a soft neoprene neck, mesh back and integral crotch-strap. The ISO 12402 approved model further benefits from a radio attachment point, quick burst zip cover, reflective piping and storm flap protection.
Meanwhile, ISP's Challenger Interlock 275 is specially designed for use as a combined working and abandonment jacket. This second model to be fitted with the 'AIS Recovery System' has a patented interlocking lobe design. This improves buoyancy and turning motion when personnel are wearing large amounts of clothing or survival suits. The SOLAS approved model offers contoured head and neck support, twin back and crotch strap and a hard wearing nylon cover.
The third ISP lifejacket to be boosted with 'AIS Recovery System' is the 170 Newton leisure lifejacket. This multi-role lifejacket features a comfortable, slim-line ergonomic design including reflective piping, quick burst zip cover and a stainless steel D-ring harness point.
ISP will also be using the METS platform to launch new 'soft-loop harness point' lifejackets.
Mr Billington said the new design offers an alternative to conventional stainless steel D-ring harness fittings. Key improvements of the 'super-strength' nylon webbing attachments include greater flexibility, durability and comfort.
Mr Billington said the product is predominantly aimed at the leisure market, as the main user of harness attachments.
"The key motivator for developing the soft harness attachment points was to provide a modern, effective and user-friendly harness attachment solution," said Mr Billington. "This new mechanism loses none of the durability and strength of its stainless steel counterpart, being made of super-strong nylon.
"The new harness development illustrates ISP's ambition to deliver innovative and progressive maritime safety products. Our ability to provide tailor-made and bespoke solutions is also fundamental to our ethos and success."
A further product bringing extra shine to ISP's stand is a new Alcares water-activated lifebuoy light.
ISP is the official distributor for Alcares marine emergency lighting in the UK and Ireland.
"This is another excellent addition to our ever-increasing maritime safety product range," said Mr Billington. "It offers a number of benefits compared to existing products on the market. It is lightweight, easy to deploy and one of very few which is water-activated.
"It also benefits from a unique cone-shaped design, giving it extra height, to ensure the light source is raised further from the water. It has a light intensity far in excess of the two candela requirement and has a five-year storage life."
For more information on ISP's products and services contact Geoff Billington via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +44 (0)151 922 2202.
International Safety Products
ISP was founded in 1981.
The firm is a marine survival equipment specialist.
ISP produces more than 170,000 products each year.
It employs more than 100 people and has a turnover exceeding £8million.
ISP is a leading manufacturer and supplier of a broad range of marine safety equipment including lifejackets, immersion suits, tactical waistcoats, liferafts, Epirbs, PLBs, SARTS and marine safety lights.