The software analyses footage from cameras to provide early warning and alerts of wildfire events.
It is made for the likes of rescue service providers, experts in civil security, public works professionals, and energy providers.
It is meant to be deployed in the course of accident investigation, exploring tight or unknown spaces, and acting as a sentry to keep eyes on critical areas.
When it's thrown in the water, it propels itself using a pair of electric turbines (one in each leg) that take in water and fire it out the back.
It has already been tested in action having helped save the Notre Dame in Paris...
Ergonomically designed for comfort, the solution ensures the fastest and easiest evacuation of vulnerable or immobile occupants.
It has a maximum flight altitude of 600 meters, and can carry up to 150 liters of firefighting foams and 6 fire extinguisher bombs in a single trip.
Each rocket is designed to break through windows to get inside the building and disperse fire extinguishing agents to suppress the fire...
It is a self-locking water barrier that can be used as an alternative to hundreds of sandbags.