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Firefighting Technology: Maryland Fire Department to Use Drones

The Montgomery County (MD) Fire and Rescue Service has purchased three drones that it hopes will help improve firefighting operations. WNEW (http://cbsloc.al/1iitgrm) reports that the drones, a.k.a. Unmanned Aircraft Systems, will be used to assist firefighters on the ground in locating fire during structural firefighting, which can be especially helpful during high-rise fire situations. It's also hoped that the technology will allow crews to get a better sense of a building's structural stability and thereby avoid collapses. The machine will also be used in water rescue scenarios and various other incidents. Connecticut Fire Department Employs Drone at Quarry Fire The high-definition c...

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