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Rosenbauer and RAE Systems Integrate for Hazard Detection

RAE Systems, a global supplier of inventive sensor systems, declared that Rosenbauer International AG, a leading producer of fire trucks and firefighting equipment will be collaborating with RAE Systems’ AreaRAE sensing technology, into HazMat response trucks in order to upgrade their management systems.

The Rosenbauer’s information management operations EMEREC, supplies AreaRAE wireless gas and radiation sensor system to a core database in order to access the updated reports from the sites and share crucial information with other systems to promote cooperation.

The AreaRAE of the RAE Systems is a noxious gas wireless protection and emission sensor which easily identifies catastrophic environs and permits the early communicators to verify the readings from about 3 kms. A modem in the radio-frequency range which is inherent in the sensor communicates the monitored gas data to a centralized centre for AreaRAE, providing multiple hazard detection system that helps surveying substantial geographic locations.

According to Chris Hameister, Vice President of European Operations, RAE Systems, EMEREC helps the AreaRAE in contributing prolonged safer data and warning system to the incident areas at times.

The Area RAE can be obtained as such or as a portion of a package kit. The Rosenbauer’s EMEREC collaboration also contains Airsense Analytics and Safer Systems’ software and components.

Source: http://www.raesystems.com

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