While civilian drone use has become a topic of controversy over the past couple of years, first responders have found a fantastic use of the technology.
The Halligan team spent last week at FDIC and had the opportunity to take an in depth look into the future of first response. As Firehouse.com noted in their write up of the event, technology has become the focal point of innovation of in the first response space.
Quickly visualize which apparatus have issues with the redesigned Ticket appearance. This will help you know what tools are broken on each apparatus on your way to the next call!
A recently released NIOSH (The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) report regarding the Line of Duty Death (LODD) of Philadelphia Firefighter Joyce Craig has revealed the dangers that malfunctioning equipment can present while in the line of duty.
In a previous post, we explored ways that technology was going to enable firefighters to be more effective at their jobs, but as autonomous vehicles, such as self-driving cars, start to become a reality, there is also an opportunity for similar technologies to be used in first response.
Here at Halligan, we are constantly asking ourselves “how will first responders do their jobs 15 years from now, and how will Halligan fit into their lives?”. We firmly believe that technology will save first responders time and give them access to more information so they can spend more time on developing the strategies that will ultimately save lives.