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Dose # 64: Fire & Rescue 3: New Tech Spotted at SGFPC

Today, we’ll see some new Fire & Rescue tech at the SGFPC…

Dose # 62-68- Fire & Rescue
Learning Excursions and Party Theme

Dose #64:
Fire & Rescue 3: New Fire & Rescue Technologies Spotted at SGFPC 2014

The Idea: showing your kids the new technologies in the world of life-saving professionals

Visit to: the Singapore-Global Firefighters & Paramedics Challenge 2014


Benefits: it is both play and learning for children;  children get to play grown ups trying out the big engines and life saving technologies; children learn about different professions early on, the experience will instill in young children an appreciation for the men and women who dedicate themselves to saving lives.

Here are some of the new Fire and Rescue Technologies we spotted at the SGFPC 2014:


The Unmanned Fire Fighting Machine (UFM)

Watch this video to see the UFM in action (skip ahead to 45 for its first appearance):

The Unmanned Fire Fighting Machine (UFM) is a versatile fire-fighting unit built to operate under extreme and complex conditions. Remotely operated, it frees up frontline resopnders for other critical tasks (e.g rescue and evacuation) and at the same time, enhances their ability to penetrate and work in dangerous conditions.


The Fire Bike


The Fire Bike is the first emergency response provider in the world to utilise 3 wheeler motorcycles for emergency response. Check image for more information on this new Fire & Rescue technology.

first aid

The Robstep —quick to the rescue!

Learn more about the Singapore Global Firefighters & Paramedics Challenge

Check out yesterday’s feature:  “Experiencing the SGFPC”

rx-logo-11So do… believe that an investment in fire and rescue technology is money well spent. You’ll never understand how critical it is until the day you need it.

One comment on “Dose # 64: Fire & Rescue 3: New Tech Spotted at SGFPC

  1. Pingback: Dose # 63: Fire & Rescue 2: Experiencing the SGFPC | DAILY DOSE OF ART

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