Extreme sports fans nationwide get front row seats to see Team STIHL lead a field of competitors vying for championship titles this spring.
I recently read a news story about a team of firefighters who used a thermal imaging camera (TIC) to locate and rescue a fisherman whose boat had capsized. As I read this story, it became clear to me that these firefighters were well-trained in the use of thermal imaging technology and used that training knowhow during this rescue.
Philadelphia Fire Department buys new TICs for ladders and special operations companies and reviews Scott Sight facepiece.
The RIT-Pak Fast Attack offers a small, lightweight, and compact solution for rapid entry and air replenishment to a firefighter in distress.
Both imagers are equipped with Bullard’s X Factor image clarity technology and provide the fire service with the industry’s longest battery run time of more than eight hours of continuous use.
Last month, we looked at two common scenarios that put firefighters at risk when using a thermal imaging camera (TIC) to navigate structures in dangerous environments.
Monroe, N.C. (October 27, 2016) – Scott Safety continues to receive top industry and innovation honors with recognition by Frost & Sullivan for superior leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development. The April 2016 launch of Scott Sight, the first in-mask, hands-free thermal imaging camera, has earned Scott Safety Frost & Sullivan’s 2016...
FLIR Thermal Cameras to be given to firefighters to support Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives Program
Firefighting involves risks. We know that at any given time during a shift, we might get that call that puts us in a dangerous environment.
Scott Sight, which was first announced at FDIC Internatinoal 2016, is an industry-first technology that enhances firefighter safety by providing hands-free thermal imaging capability for every firefighter.