Firefighting is undoubtedly a job that entails numerous life-threatening risks. However, new technologies such as sensor-assisted fire fighting, personalized vocal smoke alarms, and drones are increasingly helping firefighters to respond faster and make better judgments in critical situations. For example, incident commanders can now monitor fire personnel’s location and wellness using sensors that are attached to the personal protective equipment and self-contained breathing apparatus used by firefighters.
In addition, with the help of drones—quadcopters—firefighters and first responders can detect hotspots and receive real-time data, including images and video of the fire without putting themselves in the harm’s way. Another new technology showing immense promise is sensor-assisted fire fighting. Using real-time information from sensors installed in a building, firefighters can accurately identify and predict how a fire could develop over time.
With a comprehensive understanding of these new developments, Enterprise Technology Review has compiled a list of top 10 fire protection solution providers to guide organizations in harnessing the power of new-age fire prevention technologies and ensure the safety of their people.
We are glad to feature Texas-based Emergency Solutions, Inc. as our cover story. Emergency Solutions creates a value-bound workflow and reporting solutions that deliver comprehensive services for fire departments to enhance their operations. The cutting-edge solution enables the company to uniquely identify, understand firsthand, and solve the problems that firefighters face each day.
With several innovative technological capabilities and success stories up its sleeves, these firms are constantly proving its mettle in the field of fire safety and protection. We hope this edition of Enterprise Technology Review helps you build the partnership you and your firm needs to foster a safe working environment.
We present to you Enterprise Technology Review’s “Top 10 Fire Protection Solution Providers – 2019.”