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Drones: the fire fighter's next tool

A hose, a ladder, an axe, protective gear, a truck, a flashlight, a personal locator device, an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS), can this be the next technology breakthrough in urban firefighting?



IC4U helps the National Guard:

The IC4Us have quickly become an integral part of the Guard's mission. They broke ground in 2005 during Hurricane Katrina. The system was so impressive, Texas authorities requested them to support Hurricane Rita shortly after Katrina.



A winning combination:

The IC4U Incident Commanders Command Control Communications Unit (trailer version for civilian
response) demonstrated that rapid response of integrated voice/data/video communications
combined with team effort - is the winning combination.


Help when and where you need it:

When Hurricanes Rita and Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast, National Guard units from California, Texas and Georgia were armed with a communications system that allowed them to maintain contact with anyone, anywhere in the world -- despite almost total destruction of communications infrastructure.


Underwater drone: eyes in the water

An increased need for underwater security has resulted in an increasing reliance on a relatively new tactical weapon for the police: an unmanned submersible drone, often referred to as a remote-operated vehicle, or R.O.V.

This is a job for a... DRONE

Unmanned naval systems have also often been touted as a way to reduce the most expensive component of a Navy's budget - manpower - arguably a claim that has been hard to prove with some platforms.  However, an ongoing U.S. Navy robotics program might actually live up to both of these expectations.

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