The wildfires that spread across Northern California for two weeks in November were among the deadliest and most destructive in the state's history. Ultimately, the incident is estimated to be 85,000 acres of land.
DJI Motoio smartglasses, to assess a wildfire.
by the firefighters a bird's eye view of a wide area They can assist colleagues navigating the scene from a remote location and to warn them of danger.
Another fire department adopting the combination of DJI drones and Epson smartglasses is the Winnepeg Fire Paramedic Services team in Canada.
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The combination of drone and smartglasses than four million liters of asphalt oil.
While these kinds of smartglasses are generally designed to make factories and other enterprise users more efficient, the ways that the
Epson has carved its own niche into the drone operator market with its Moverio devices.
Epson has carved its own niche into the drone operator market with its Moverio devices. including its latest edition that can be used to connect to smartphones, computers, drones, and other devices via USB-C connection.