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m-u-t GmbH, globally renowned company in the field of photonics and part of the Nynomic Group, and Rosenbauer Brandschutz GmbH, a company of the Rosenbauer Group, have gotten off to a flying start with the market launch of IGNIS3D. This highly innovative infrared camera system for early fire detection is the first result of a strategic innovation partnership between the two security companies. It employs long-wave infrared video technology for contactless surface temperature measuring. IGNIS3D is marketed under the Rosenbauer brand. IGNIS3D infrared camera system IGNIS3D infrared camera system measures 3D information using ingenious laser range finding As the world's first camera system of its kind, the IGNIS3D infrared camera system measures three-dimensional information using ingenious laser range finding, and subsequently uses this information to precisely cool down potential hazards. Fabian Peters, Managing Director of m-u-t GmbH, said "We are delighted to have gained a proven specialist and important cooperation partner in the Rosenbauer Group, a global manufacturer of firefighting technology for preventive and defensive firefighting and disaster control. With our many years of experience in developing customer-specific solutions and series production of products for early fire detection, we are an ideal partner for Rosenbauer." Early fire detection system Hubert Heissl, Managing Director of Rosenbauer Brandschutz, said "Our products are used across the globe. Rosenbauer, as a long-standing global market leader and full service provider in fire protection, and m-u-t, with its unique technological expertise, are a perfect match. Together, we hope to play a key role in making early fire detection systems an even more prominent part of preventive fire protection." M-U-T GmbH is a globally renowned company in the field of photonics and part of the Nynomic Group, and Rosenbauer Brandschutz GmbH, is a company of the Rosenbauer International AG Group, and specializes in fire detection and safety systems.
Rosenbauer has expanded its FANERGY series with a practical cordless device. The new high-performance FANERGY B16 fan is powered by an environmentally friendly and very efficient electric motor that causes no exhaust emissions, and the noise level at the point of use is also significantly minimized. Two lithium-ion batteries supply the 1.25 kW synchronous motor from 40 cells and provide a carrier capacity of 2 x 11.6 amp-hours. This allows operating times of at least 60 minutes at full speed before replacing the batteries with the quick-change system or connecting an external power source. The high-performance fan can be operated uninterrupted and permanently when connected with the power cord. Ergonomic handling, intuitive operation With its compact dimensions, the new FANERGY B16 fits into any equipment room and at just under 25 kg, is lightweight With its compact dimensions, the new FANERGY B16 fits into any equipment room and - at just under 25 kilograms - is lightweight and can easily be carried and set up by one person. The deliberately simple and sturdy steel tube frame has good haptic qualities and ensures perfect handling of the device both when removing it from the vehicle and when carrying it to the place of use or via a staircase. The high-performance fan is operated via the uniform Rosenbauer Logic Control System (LCS) to prevent mistakes from happening even in stressful situations. It consists of only one button for switching on, one for switching off, and a digital potentiometer to regulate the engine speed and thus the air outlet quantity. Boost mode can be activated for short-term increases in power requirements, which is permanently available during mains operation. Tactical, adjustable ventilation Like all FANERGY high-performance fans, the new battery-powered B16 fan has a ventilation unit that can be adjusted continuously between + 20 degrees and -20 degrees. The generous tilt angle provides maximum flexibility and efficiency and provides an optimal, preset ventilation position for most firefighting situations. With a +20 degree inclination angle, the airflow can enter a building unhindered and with little loss when placed on entrance steps or pedestals, while the -20 degree setting is particularly well-suited for removing smoke from stairs going up (basements) or light wells. The special design of the FANERGY fan unit (all-in-one airflow technology) ensures a very even and powerful air flow with an optimized suction behavior and flow pattern. In addition, it combines different fan technologies and concepts such as overpressure or turbo ventilation in one device. FANERGY high-performance fans can therefore be used very flexibly and for any kind of tactical ventilation. The new battery-powered fan is also immediately ready for use, which can accelerate rescue and extinguishing measures and significantly increase the safety of all involved. Mobile powered high-performance fan Mobile battery-powered high-performance fan with all-in-one airflow technology Air outlet diameter: 16“ (410 mm) Drive: permanent magnet synchronous motor Performance: 1,250 Watt Batteries: 2 x lithium-ion batteries with quick-change system Rated voltage: 36 V Capacity: 2 x 11.6 Ah Charge: 24 VDC or 110/230 V - 50/60 Hz Dimensions (W x D x H): 520 x 650 x 355 mm Weight: < 25 kg Accessories: power supply (Schuko, NEMA, British Standard, CEE, Switzerland), replacement batteries, all accessories from the FANERGY series
North America’s largest fire event, FDIC International, brings together more than 34,000 fire industry professionals this month (April 8-13) at the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. First constructed in 1928, FDIC continues today in its original tradition of providing a forum for networking about the most vexing issues and sharing the most promising solutions to concerns that face the fire service. FDIC provides opportunities to learn new techniques, train alongside world-class leaders, and advance discussions among the most influential firefighters in the industry. FDIC allows practitioners and those who support the industry an opportunity to discuss frankly the latest developments in equipment and support and collaborate on how those new advancements can be best used. 27 Interactive H.O.T Sessions FDIC offers many opportunities for learning and training, starting with its 27 interactive Hands-on Training (H.O.T) sessions“FDIC is steadfastly dedicated to its fundamental principle of providing a non-ideological, non-affiliated and openly inclusive environment for sharing and collaborating among all members interested in the mission of the fire service,” says Chief Bobby Halton, Editorial Director, Clarion Fire Rescue Group, and Educational Director, FDIC International. “Whether their interests lie in operations, medical or fire, in administration, in the production and distribution of equipment, or the advancement of codes and standards, all opinions and worldviews are accepted and debated with the utmost respect and dignity.” FDIC offers many opportunities for learning and training, starting with its 27 interactive Hands-on Training (H.O.T) sessions, 78 pre-conference workshops and more than 200 conference sessions. FDIC’s immersive learning experience extends to the exhibit hall floor and outdoor demonstration area where attendees can see and try the latest products, equipment, services and technology from over 800 exhibiting companies. “FDIC is more important than ever to the fire service industry because it is now and will always be of the firefighters, for the firefighters, and about the firefighters,” says Halton. Events Co-Located With FDIC New this year, iWomen is co-locating their event at FDIC, which includes 14 timely classroom sessions spread over two days, as well as networking events geared at sharing challenges and insights in a supportive environment. Also, the Institution of Fire Engineers United States of America Branch is co-locating their AGM annual meeting and educational update at FDIC. And the National Fire Heritage Center has partnered with FDIC to promote the center, conduct its annual meeting and introduce the annual inductees into the Hall of Legends. FDIC is more important than ever to the fire service industry because it is now and will always be of the firefighters, for the firefighters, and about the firefighters FDIC’s new MATCH! Program is a customized meeting experience that connects attending decision makers, who have an immediacy to purchase, with exhibitors whose products or services match their sourcing needs and interests. These VIP attendees can make the most efficient use of their time by accessing innovative matchmaking technology and a personal program manager to assist them with meeting scheduling and recommendations. Exhibitors At The Event FDIC’s Mobile App is a visitor’s guide to searching the exhibitor list, navigating the exhibit hall and seeing a full schedule of sessions and events. FDIC’s new parking partner, Gate Ten Events and Parking, allows visitors to reserve their parking space ahead of time. Large exhibitors headlining the Exhibit Hall include Pierce; Rev Fire Group, E-ONE, KME, Ferrara and REV Ambulance; 3M Scott Fire and Safety; and HME Ahrens-Fox. Other large exhibitors include Honeywell First Responder Products, Drager, Globe by MSA, Rosenbauer and Spartan Motors. Here are some of the timely themes covered at this year’s conference: Current updates on the development and implementation of science-based strategy and tactics Information and practices on mental health and wellness Leading advances in firefighting technology and managing an integration of technology into the decision-making process during operations Review of recent sentinel events in the fire service from actual participants Analysis of accident investigation from members of NIOSH and the CDC Updates on current research into toxicity in the environment and equipment Current thoughts on decontamination procedures presented by researchers and practitioners The value of belongingness as a tool for health and wellness, suicide prevention, a detailed examination of the sociotechnical interface and firefighting’s role going forward The complex political and operational dilemmas faced in the wildland urban interface Recruitment and retention for the volunteer fire service Networking Opportunities Abound The event takes over the city, and there are chances to network with peers everywhere they turnAt FDIC, networking starts the moment attendees arrive in town. The event takes over the city, and there are chances to network with peers everywhere they turn. Formal networking events are also organized, including the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb, Courage and Valor 5K Fun Run, Comedy vs. Cancer, IFD Open House and Pumper Pull, Stop Drop Rock ‘n’ Roll and more. “We want individuals to walk away feeling inspired by new ideas, tools or techniques they’ve learned in sessions or new products or services they’ve sourced on the show floor that ultimately keep them and their communities safe,” says Halton.