IamResponding.com announced that John M. Buckman III has joined the IamResponding team as its new director of government and regional outreach.
TargetSolutions, a Vector Solutions brand offering the leading operations and training management applications for public safety agencies, is offering firefighters complimentary access to its all-new course, NFPA 1500: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the Fire Industry.
DroneSense-FLIR Edition combines thermal and visual imaging processing with flight data planning and management capabilities across public safety organizations to help improve incident response.
Technology is changing rapidly, and without a good plan, many in the fire industry can make errors in selecting what is likely to help with service and last longer than the warranty.
Drones continue to make their way onto fire apparatus for deployment at incident scenes. Fire departments are using drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), for recon of wildfires and motor vehicle accident scenes, hazmat incidents, hot spot identification at structure fires, and even in rescue scenarios.
A number of different types of emerging technologies are affecting the fire service in general and its apparatus and equipment specifically.
Yuneec International, a world leader in electric aviation, today announced the expansion of its commercial UAV payload offering with the unveiling of the all-new E10T, an advanced thermal camera for commercial applications.
Incident Response Technologies, Inc. (IRT), a Denver-based company specializing in developing Web-based solutions for public safety responders, continues to rapidly gain momentum with their Rhodium Incident Management solution (Rhodium).
The Pathfinder Search and Rescue Way-finder puck has audible and bright illuminated cues to assist firefighters from becoming lost or disoriented. It also helps a RIT team locate a downed firefighter.
This article provides a general overview of R2V technology, why it’s important, and why solutions today simply aren’t doing enough.