DJI has partnered with fire service vehicle and equipment manufacturer Rosenbauer International AG to bring a new digital emergency service response system.
The software will combine Rosenbauer’s existing operation management system with data from DJI’s drone fleet management software, FlightHub.
Available to both public, community fire services as well as private teams at locations such as airports, the software is compatible with tablets, mobile devices and also computers back at headquarters.
It will offer fire safety maps, hazardous material data and vehicle rescue sheets, as well as additional visual and thermal data, with all information stored securely.
Roger Luo, DJI president, said: “DJI is proud to bring its drone technology to support Rosenbauer’s excellence in fire apparatus manufacturing and its vision of empowering firefighters with the best possible tools for emergency response and disaster relief.
“At DJI, we aim to provide reliable, scalable drone offerings that empower firefighters, search and rescue and public safety teams to benefit from this technology. It plays an increasing role in saving lives, time and resources on a daily basis.
“This integration is an important step for this long-term partnership, and our commitment demonstrates an increasing maturity in the adoption of drones for firefighting professionals.”