FIRSTLOOK Announces FL360 Search & Rescue Camera Donation to @fire International Disaster Response Germany (@fire Internationaler Katastrophenschutz Deutschland).
FIRSTLOOK, the rescue products division of Agility Technologies (ATC) and FIRST LOOK European partner Vogt-CTE, are extremely pleased to announce the donation of their signature FL360 USAR1 Search and Rescue Camera systems to the @fire International Disaster Response Germany organization to enhance search and rescue capabilities.
The FL360 Search Camera is the first mobile integrated, wireless 360° spherical imaging camera ever introduced to the search and rescue market. “Our business goal is to lead the development of new technologies for Search and Rescue operations and offer these new innovative products to rescue organizations around the world. That said, we also recognize that rescuing people in need is not a business but a humanitarian endeavor,” said Andy Ibbetson, Co-Founder and CEO of ATC.
The @fire International Disaster Response organization, founded in 2002, is a German non-profit, nongovernmental civil protection rescue organization, who rely on a full network of volunteers and donations. “The donation to @fire, is in our own way, a chance to give back to those who volunteer their time and put their lives on the line for others. We are proud to support @fire and all those who are associated with this fine institution.”
See the FL360 Search Camera in person at Interschutz by visiting the FIRSTLOOK stand (Hall 26 | Stand D01/1) or the @fire – Internationaler Katastrophenschutz Deutschland stand (Hall 17 | Stand A18).
For more information visit www.firstlook.net/
About Agility Technologies:
Agility Technologies Corp., located in Richmond, British Columbia engineer best-in class imaging and communication products for Emergency, Industry and Military professionals globally.
About Vogt-CTE Rescue Technology Distribution:
Every day, lives are saved with the innovative equipment that Vogt-CTE supplies. Our range of products makes our world and the work of relief organizations, firefighters, police, paramedics, and the army safer every hour.