Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Google Glass App for Firefighters Could Save Lives

Another Google Glass application in the lives up to expectations is anything other than smoke and mirrors. 

Patrick Jackson, a firefighter and self-trained programmer in Rocky Mount, N.c., is chipping away at a Google Glass application that may great change the way firefighters do their employments. Beginning forms of the application recently help with minor undertakings, for example, gaining messages from dispatch or recognizing close-by hydrants. Be that as it may these characteristics are little potatoes contrasted with what Jackson's application might eventually perform. 

The application might sometime have the capacity to furnish maps and carpet arrangements to firefighters doing combating smoke in new structures, or give extraction charts for when firefighters necessity to securely uproot regular folks from a vehicle. 

Glass will probably be utilized by firefighters within administration and security parts, that is, those outside the building giving requests, instead of the aforementioned battling blazes within. One purpose behind this: Glass doesn't fit under a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus cover. Jackson said he is cheerful that Google will one day make a big appearance a variant of Glass constructed particularly for firefighters, yet is upbeat to construct his application meanwhile.

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