More about Fire Vision AR
Augmented Reality is a new way to organize and display critical fire protection information. Fire Vision is a platform for storing and visualizing this information so it is accessible while on the move at your fingertips.
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Our Software Empowers the Next Generation of Firefighting
Organized information by resource, hazard, and location so it is available where and when you need it.
Quickly identify hazards and resources by scanning the site for a quick assessment.
Compliment mandator signage that may not be visible due to fog, darkness, blocked, degraded, or vandalized.
Quickly locate and get directions utilizing a virtual trail directing you to equipment, a hazard, or resource.
Track NFPA Inspecting Testing and Maintenance (ITM) for critical equipment and access the information in the field.
Compliment and Emergency Response Plan (ERP), providing crucial information when and where you need it.
Share your screen with other users to aid in system maintenance, an emergency response, or identify equipment deficiencies/recommendations.
Promote collaboration between firefighters, insurance agents, inspectors, consultants, owners, managers, and contractors.
How does Fire Vision AR Work?
We 3D scan the area, building, or point of interest – then we take that information and create a highly detailed 3D image.
Hazard and Resources
We place relevant icons in the 3D space to identify hazards, resources, equipment, and utilities.
We input relevant information for each icon so each resource or device is clearly defined when and where you need it.
When we’re finished, you use the Fire Vision app to identify fire protection features, fire hazards, and other relevant site information.Schedule A Demo See York Fire Academy 3D Scan
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What Icons Are Available?
Over 100 icons are available in Fire Vision. The majority of the icons are standardized symbols taken from HAZMAT and NFPA 170 Standard for Fire Safety and Emergency Symbols. When an icon is selected the user will see information relevant to the icon. Depending on the icon selected, the information could include MSDS information, fire fighting best practices, SOPs, or Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM) records.Learn More
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