Smart Fire Fighting Podcast

Everything Smart Firefighting is a podcast covering technologists, innovators, companies, and forward-thinking public safety agencies with real world deployments of smart technologies. Learn from interviews with leaders in public safety, government, industry, cyber-physical systems, and more.

The hosts, Kevin Sofen and Mike Mocerino, are founding members of the WeRespond smart firefighting community. They are both passionate about smart technologies and the future of public safety.

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Episode 35 – Salt Flats Transform Your Business by Learning Fast

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” This iconic line isn’t only for teenagers wanting to take a day off

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Episode 34 – STS Defence Flashover Warning System

Imagine you are fighting a structure fire. You’ve entered the building on your way to the heart of the fire when you notice something strange. The air around you continues to grow

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Episode 33 – Fireworks Fighting Fires with Facts

Imagine walking through a fire incident. The structure is charred and smells of blackened wood. You’ve been carefully documenting the damaged areas searching for the ignition source. Then behind the burned out

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Episode 32 – SeaCoast Incorporated Seeing through Misdiagnosis.

Most people don’t realize that carbon monoxide and cyanide poisoning share similar symptoms. Fewer people realize that cyanide can be found in smoke. This misconception leads to fire victims being diagnosed with

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Episode 31 Adashi Manage the Incident

For years firefighters have only had axes and water to fight fires. Today we have a new weapon to combat fires data. Adashi is a company that creates public safety software. They

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Episode 30 – LR-x Helping First Responders make Better Decisions

Wildfires can change at a moment’s notice leaving firefighters in a bad position or unable to complete a Fireline in time. Despite aerial support incident commanders still, struggle to predict where a

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