Smiths Detection, a global leader in threat detection and security screening technology, today announces the launch of its latest chemical agent identifier, Lightweight Chemical Detector (LCD) 4 alongside the LCD XID extension.
Danati Fire and Safety is a leading investigator of fires and explosions covering Southern Africa. Their first professional fire investigation was performed in 2003, and they perform an average of 250 investigations a year covering vehicles, structures and shipping vessels.
Hyatt Place Miami Airport’s management struggled to identify unauthorized smoking and enforce the hotel’s no-smoking policies when guests complained of nearby smoking.
Teledyne Gas and Flame Detection to showcase reliable and performant gas detection solutions at Adipec
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory are utilizing sensors, drones, and machine learning to prevent fires and lessen the damage they cause to the electric grid as a result of larger and more frequent wildfires caused by climate change.
We are pleased to introduce the Gas Laser with highly advanced laser technology designed to detect natural gas with the aim of enhancing safety and improving detection for fire services, and first responders.
Two world leaders in gas detection and monitoring technologies for the offshore industry will present their latest innovations from a shared booth at ONS (Offshore Northern Seas) 2022 in Stavanger, Norway.
A Korean research team has created a system that can help firefighters save lives in the event of a fire, explosion, or collapse at an internal disaster site.
InVeris Training Solutions, the leading provider of integrated live-fire and virtual weapons training systems for military, law enforcement agencies and commercial shooting ranges, today unveils SRCE™, a groundbreaking, augmented reality-based, untethered weapons training simulator.
Rainforests constitute a robust and natural solution to fight climate change. They provide water filtration and help capture carbon, thereby controlling global temperatures.