In firefighting, the safety of your crew is vital. That's why top operators are utilising advanced tracking and communication solutions to bring their crews back home safe. 

When flying into remote areas it's extremely challenging for operators to stay informed and connected — from cockpit, to office, to operations center.

On top of this, firefighters must meet NAFC Standard requirements on tracking, event data collection and reporting.

In this 30-minute webinar, Trevor and Richard will explore the role technology can play in aerial firefighting.

You will get answers on:

  • How technology can be leveraged to overcome communication barriers and better serve responders and their safety. 
  • How technology can enhance situational awareness and augment collaboration during an emergency for more effective responses.
  • How critical information can be made accessible — in real-time — across multiple agencies to improve outcomes.

These are just some of the important questions that we will answer in this webinar, including, how operators can better prepare and equip themselves for this fire season while also meeting NAFC standard requirements.

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Meet the presenters:

 

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Trevor McIntyre

Chief Executive Officer - Tracplus

Trevor McIntyre is the CEO of TracPlus, the trusted real-time tracking and communication platform for fire authorities, first responders, and other critical operators around the world. With over 25 years of international business experience, Trevor is passionate about leveraging technology for social good. In an emergency, multiple organisations and departments band together for more positive outcomes. Trevor believes that technology should do the same - ensuring that mission critical information can be easily shared and actioned to keep crews safe, conserve resources, and save lives.

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Richard Alder

Principal Consultant - Avtract

 

Richard Alder has over forty years’ experience in policy and practice in aviation, emergency management, and land management including in field-based and operational positions across a number of industries covering Government, Aviation, Defence, Fire & Emergency, Not-for-profit and Education.

Richard was the founding General Manager of the National Aerial Firefighting Centre (NAFC) in Australia. NAFC was established in July 2003 by the Australian states and territories to provide more effective aerial support for the combating of wildfires. It achieves this through development and implementation of national collaborative arrangements for aerial firefighting.