Emergency Reporting® (ER), the global leader in cloud-based reporting and records management software for Fire and EMS agencies, is now offering free, semi-monthly educational training webinars to customers and non-customers alike. The Twenty for 2020 webinar series is designed to set departments up for success for the coming year. Each session is one hour and...
From smart aerial controls and joysticks to wireless pump controls and touch screen technology, fire apparatus are undergoing a sea of change through the use of technological advancements.
Taking away personnel because of technology is rarely the best option. The fire service remains a labor-intensive business and will most likely continue that way for a long time. If you want to do the best you can, you need hands to do much of the work.
When determining your department’s need for TIs, as well as placement of TIs, do not forget the TI for the RIT. A properly deployed TI can help the RIT move through the structure faster and safer and find the firefighter in need more rapidly.
S Digital Designs (USDD) recently announced yet another successful installation of its groundbreaking Phoenix G2 Station Alerting System into a new, $17.5 million police and fire department facility serving Marshalltown, Iowa.
With the addition of 4G modems to PRO-VISION® video recording systems, users can use a 4G connection to easily track their fleet vehicles, receive event notifications and access cameras views—all in real time.
Inseego Corp. (Nasdaq: INSG), a pioneer in mobile and intelligent IoT device-to-cloud solutions, announced that its new USB800 modem is now available for small business, enterprise, government and public safety customers on the AT&T (NYSE: T) network as well as public safety subscribers on the FirstNet communications platform, delivering best-in-class 4G LTE (Cat 18) speed,...
TargetSolutions, a Vector Solutions brand delivering the leading operations and training management software for public safety agencies, is offering complimentary access to its online course, NFPA 1851 – Cancer-Related Risks of Firefighting, and will donate $1 to the American Cancer Society for every course completion through 2019.
A TI can enhance a firefighter’s capabilities unlike any other single tool. It is the gift of sight for a firefighter.
The solution significantly reduces idling time while keeping mission-critical medical and communication devices running.