The full impact of COVID-19 is still to be accounted for, but one thing is certain; the world has assuredly changed as a result of it.
Mike Mocerino is joined by Romeo Durscher and Wayne Baker from DJI to discuss and highlight the new features of the M300 system. They had live demonstration of the new M300 and H20T camera.
Data swirls around fire operations—resource deployment, turnout times, response times, minimum staffing levels, funding and exposures. Data also comes up when we’re asked to “prove” what we already know about our operational capability! But how do we capture this data, and how do we use it to make meaningful decisions?
COVID-19 has changed the world forever. The longer the pandemic continues, the more we learn. The question now becomes, how will this impact training in the future?
This event is sponsored by the Metropolitan Fire Chiefs Association of Illinois, which has partnered with the Fire Apparatus Manufacturers’ Association (FAMA) and the Fire and Emergency Manufacturers and Services Association (FEMSA).
In this discussion, you will hear from CEO of FLAIM SYSTEMS, James Mullins.
Struck-by incidents and collisions are a leading cause of firefighter death despite Move Over laws, blocker engines, and lights and sirens. But now, fire departments and apparatus manufacturers are using a new service called digital alerting that delivers emergency alerts directly to phones and vehicles to make roads safer, protect crews in the field, and prepare public safety departments for the future of connected vehicles.
One of the highest priorities in fire departments is firefighter health and wellness. In this Smart Firefighting virtual chat, you will hear from top industry leaders about best practices, available resources, and success stories around the country.
The military, law enforcement, paramedics, and fire departments have long embraced VR/AR for training, logistics, fleet management, operational planning, on-location support, and more. Come hear from the experts how immersive technology is supporting the jobs of the people who protect society.
Watersheds need to be managed in order to prevent pollution, achieve and sustain environmental improvements, and meet other goals important to the surrounding community. This repartee will be of interest for anyone who is responsible for or interested in watershed health.
In this webinar the Sir Thomas Winsor HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary and HM Chief Inspector of Fire & Rescue Services, Bobby Halton American Fire Fighter, Paul Speight Watch Manager Leicestershire Fire & Rescue Service, Alex Harvey CTO RiVR, Callum Faint, Leicestershire Fire & Rescue Service, Chief Fire and Rescue Officer, Kevin Sofen Smart Fire Fighting.com Co-Founder, discuss virtual reality and how its becoming part of firefighter training.
Kevin sits down with Ken Willette to recap of the first NAFTD virtual tradeshow, where are fire academies now? How has COVID forced changes? How technology can be an enabler for the fire training process What does the future smart fire training academy look like? How standard frameworks from NFPA can help ensure safety and spur innovation amongst industry, academia, and government.
The highest priority in fire departments is firefighter survival! While it may be easier to follow safety regulations such as OSHA and standards such as NFPA, building a culture of well-being with the latest emerging knowledge can be challenging. Firefighters that do not prioritize their health may be more susceptible to a line of duty death, debilitating illnesses, and injury.