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Recently developed firefighting technology would help firefighters "see" heat through their face piece, according to a news report. The Lowell Sun reported on Thermal
In this firefighting technology roundup: Assisting innovators in bringing “ wearable technologies for first responders ” to market is the goal of the Department
it has received an order from the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) for their award winning high-rise firefighting technology , the HEROPipe™ system. The order will be delivered to FDNY by late October 2011. Developed by a front line Chicago Fire
neuroscience. “The long-term goal is to keep Sailors from the danger of direct exposure to fire.” Firefighting Technology : U.S. Navy to Test Firefighting Robot SAFFiR stands 5 feet 10 inches and weighs 143 pounds. The unique mechanism design on the robot equips it with
designed by researchers at UCLA, the University of Pennsylvania, and Virginia Tech--will use the same firefighting technology and equipment as humans and are designed to overcome some of the same challenges posed by the Defense Advanced
This personal safety app sends automatic emergency alerts--via text, email, and voice--to notify contacts that the user needs help in case of accident, injury, or emergency. It also provides emergency contacts with the exact GPS location of the user.
Northern California is being ravaged with wildfires and firefighters are gathering to control a number of large wildland fires in what some have terms the West's "worst wildfire season ever." According to a release, ground and air crews are now adding the Avenza PDF Maps app to their arsenal .
Firefighters used a drone to help them with operations during a house fire Wednesday in the Chicago suburb of Orland Park, Illinois.
In this week's fire officer training bulletin from Brian Ward, discuss with your crews the pros and cons of using technology
StreetWise CADlink announced its new strategic partnership with Pierce Manufacturing, the leading North American manufacturer of custom fire apparatus.