Lights are essential tools for firefighters during structure fire suppression and rescue. They are necessary for situational awareness, illuminating the exterior pathways and structure entries, reading smoke, and searching for potential victims.
An array of lighting tools help fire investigators to work more efficiently, stay safer, and document the scene more accurately and thoroughly. In this article, we'll look at several types of lights that are used for investigating the fire scene, searching for evidence, and photographing the scene.
Traffic and accident investigator talks about how battery powered portable scene lights help their team work faster and safer.
When fatal vehicle accidents occur, as an investigator, you need to document the scene, record and collect evidence, take measurements and map the scene for accident reconstruction.
In this webinar, Ron Owens of Oceanside Fire Department and Aaron Beckman, FoxFury Application Specialist discussed how they use drones […]
FoxFury applications specialist, Aaron Beckman, discusses how he integrates lighting with other technologies for investigation, search and rescue, and firefighting […]
Right now, the world is battling a silent and dangerous enemy, the COVID-19 virus. While this virus is extremely contagious […]