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A study on documentation accuracy using body-worn cameras discussed at EMS World Expo.
The system includes four independent rear sensors that provide audible and visual notification when an object is detected
The following is paid content sponsored by ASA Electronics. By FireRescue1 BrandFocus Staff Motor vehicle crashes are the second leading cause of death for on-duty firefighters.
With bigger fire rigs and improved camera technology, here are things to know before you buy.
By Scott Sonner Associated Press RENO, Nev. — A growing network of cameras trained on the mountains around Lake Tahoe is changing the way crews fight Western wildfires by
With department budgets stretched thin, fire chiefs are constantly searching for other sources to fund their equipment needs. As a result, competition for funding from programs
The camera had footage of crews battling the Marble Valley fire, which has burned more than 3,000 acres
Not all cameras are created equal, and some features may be more relevant to the fire service than others.
For the company officer, having a dash cam in the rig can provide proof of wrong doing, serve as a training tool and change driver behavior.
Panoramic views of dark or tight spaces can be viewed instantly by a synced device
The Oncall body camera has the capability to transmit live video, audio, high quality snapshots, and GPS location in real time back to a command center
Battalion Chief Mark Johnson's footage showed a teen being run over by a fire truck
No amount of forward-driving experience can help a driver with backing a truck or other vehicles. All drivers need to practice in safe surroundings until they become familiar with
Motorola Solutions Inc. has introduced its Real-Time Crime Center software, intended to assist first responders enhance situational awareness. Working off of Motorola’s
The ordinance states that firefighters who continue to use helmet cams will lose their right to serve the township as firefighters
The cameras use infrared technology to help firefighters locate victims, pinpoint fires and recognize structural dangers
A wired firefighter may seem like science fiction. But new commercially available wearable technologies are connecting firefighters, chiefs and incident commanders to data in new
Verus has the ability to push software configuration changes and updates to the vehicle from the station
He's being charged with interfering with emergency medical care, but says he has the First Amendment right to record law enforcement personnel.
In addition to what to look for, here's a list of what's on the market and how much you'll spend.

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