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Date : Jul 19,2023 Category : industry news

Explore Future Fire Safety: VR Training, Sustainable Fire Suppression Systems, IoT, and AI. Embrace Technological Innovations for Enhanced Preparedness.

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Date : May 23,2023 Category : case studies

Discover how modern technology is revolutionizing the firefighting industry, increasing safety and effectiveness. From virtual reality training to robotic firefighters, explore the six innovative technologies that every fire department should embrace.

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Date : Mar 08,2023 Category : Global news

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently released its 2022 Global Aviation Safety Report, and the findings are encouraging. According to the report, the number of fatal accidents and the risk of death decreased in 2022 when compared to both the previous year and the five-year average from 2018 to 2022.

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Date : Feb 08,2023 Category : industry news Global news

Last month, a Qatar Airways Boeing 787 'Dreamliner' suddenly lost altitude shortly after takeoff, dropping below 1,000 feet while flying over the Persian Gulf. According to reports, the First Officer lost situational awareness while climbing and had to make a manual turn without flight director indications. The aircraft quickly descended at a maximum sink rate of 3,000 feet per minute, exceeding the Boeing 787's flap limits. An intervention by the Captain stopped the descent, and the aircraft landed safely. Qatar Airways has a strong safety record and is currently conducting an internal investigation.

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Date : Feb 08,2023 Category : Global news

A powerful earthquake hit Turkey and Syria, causing extensive damage and loss of life. Rescue teams from around the world are using heavy machinery, specialist tools, and specially-trained dogs to search for survivors. The search and rescue operation will continue until the UN and host country's government decide to call it off. Buildings that have completely collapsed are usually searched last as the chance of finding survivors is low.

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