New footage captured by drones last week showed the damage done by the huge wildfires that this month ravaged the area around the former nuclear power station in Chernobyl.
From now on, the two companies will work together to bring the benefits of digital emergency response management to anyone involved in being called to tackle an emergency.
Joe Pronesti reviews the command and control of Main Street fire incidents along with safety considerations.
This video from Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue shows how firefighters can use thermal-imaging technology to enable firefighters to see where to direct streams on the hottest portions of a fire.
Ryan Gifford goes through the internal and external processes that will help departments create their first ever unmanned aerial vehicle program, which are becoming increasingly popular in the fire service.
FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) today announced the FLIR MUVE™ C360, the industry’s first multi-gas detector specifically built for unmanned aerial systems (UAS).
The donation was the result of the companies’ Spring 2019 contest giveaway, which includes two days of on-site training, a DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual aircraft, FAA consulting, and a year-long subscription to DroneSense.
Using a fully integrated, user-friendly rover system, Bridger Aerospace will provide firefighters with remote access to live video with real-time overlays of telemetry and metadata.
Once a fire department acquires a drone or unmanned aerial system, it must do much more work to build its UAS program and reap this new technology’s benefits. Fortunately, an agency need not spend a lot to do so. The author outlines the options available regarding hardware, software, training, and networking. The program’s success or failure depends on your department’s ability to deliver what you promised.