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This past year has been a tremendous strain on first responders as the world has been upended by a global pandemic. First responders have died  in the line of duty from COVID 19 and many more have been infected. Additionally, response systems have been strained, PPE and protection guidelines retooled and vaccination deployment continues as virus mutant strains emerge. As we continue to focus on mass vaccinations and recovery, early reports have described post exposure syndrome being called “long hauler” that many have prolonged cardiovascular, pulmonary and neurological consequences amongst others. The panel of research and fire service experts will discuss the potential longer term implications to firefighters, the fire service and public safety. Additionally, this informal roundtable will  allow participants to share their experiences through online interactive survey tools.

Register Now For The Long Term Health Impacts of COVID Webinar

Date/Time of event: April 16th, 9:00 AM PST, 12:00 pm EST (New York)

Todd Leduc

Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) at Life Scan Wellness Centers Early Detection Disease Screening Public Safety Physicals. Chief LeDuc retired after nearly 30 years of fire rescue service experience in the Nations 18th most populous County and joined Life Scan Wellness Centers as their Chief Strategy Officer. He served as second in command of a career accredited fire department with international airport, seaport, special operations, fire based EMS and fire suppression of 900 members.

Sarah Jahnke

 Principal Investigator at National Development & Research Institutes.  Sara Jahnke, PhD, is the director and a senior scientist with the Center for Fire, Rescue & EMS Health Research at the National Development & Research Institutes - USA. With over a decade of research experience on firefighter health, Dr. Jahnke has been the principal investigator on 10 national studies as well as dozens of studies as a co-investigator. Her work has focused on a range of health concerns, including the health of female firefighters, behavioral health, risk of injury, cancer, cardiovascular risk factors, and substance use, with funding from the Assistance to Firefighters Grant R&D Program, the National Institutes of Health and other foundations.

Denise Smith

Director of the First Responder Health and Safety Laboratory, professor of health and human physiological sciences.  Denise Smith has researched the cardiovascular strain of firefighting for nearly 20 years, is highly active in the Fire Service and has collaborated with many national organizations (including the NVFC, IAFF, IAFC and NFPA) and has conducted numerous line-of-duty fatality investigations due to cardiac issues for NIOSH. She has co-authored two textbooks and published more than 75 scientific papers.

Lori Moore

President and CEO at International Public Safety Data Institute.  Leveraging Technology to provide life saving insights to public safety response agencies. Served as a member of the Biden-Harris Transition Team assigned to agency review for DHS/FEMA focused on COVID19 response.

eXpeditionary Mobile Air Defense

Integrated System

The X-MADIS offers unmatched force protection on-the-move and in fixed locations. Dozens of X-MADIS CUAS systems are deployed and operated around the world, trusted to protect VIPs, civilians, combat forces and critical infrastructure. Contact us to find out more about our counter drone solutions.

CM202U

The CM202U is a gyro-stabilized, multi-sensor imaging system specifically designed for counter UAS operations. The entire system is man-portable (weighing 12 lbs) and can be easily carried in a backpack. The robust CM202U has been tested and developed to suit a range of climates and environments. Features include low power consumption, direct drive motors for accurate positioning, Static Target Detection Algorithm, and Moving Target Detection Algorithm.

CM262 

The CM262 is a portable gyro-stabilized optic that incorporates four cutting-edge sensor configurations in a compact system that weighs under 30lb/12kg. This is includes high definition electro-optic with 60x optical zoom, HD MWIR with 20x continuous optical zoom, SWIR and a laser range finder. The CM262 is a powerful, multi-purpose tool that adapts from one mission to the next. With AVT’s revolutionary software enhancements, the CM262 simplifies ISR, force protection and counter UAS missions. An advanced video processor provides superior performance on the move. 

CM202S 

The CM202S is a portable, multi sensor imaging system, designed for ground-based surveillance operations. For long range target detection and identification, the CM202S includes a high definition daylight sensor with 60x optical zoom, and a cooled MWIR sensor with 20x continuous optical zoom.

CM262M

The CM262M gyro-stabilized imaging system offers superior performance at sea for a system of its size, weight, power and cost. Full HD (high definition daylight and mid-wave infrared) sensors provide crisp and accurate imagery at day and night to facilitate accurate target detection, recognition and identification.

Airspace

AVT specializes in gyro-stabilized camera payloads for multi rotor, rotary wing and fixed wing UAS; VTOLs; aerostats and lighter than air platforms; fixed-wing aircraft; and helicopters. We focus on delivering the highest quality imagery for the lowest size, weight, power and cost. 

CM202A

The CM202A is a low SWaP-C multi sensor imaging system for aerial intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance. Optimized with gyro-stabilization and onboard real-time video stabilization, the CM202A provides stable and accurate imagery for long and short range target detection, recognition and identification.

CM142

The CM202A is a low SWaP-C multi sensor imaging system for aerial intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance. Optimized with gyro-stabilization and onboard real-time video stabilization, the CM202A provides stable and accurate imagery for long and short range target detection, recognition and identification.

Register Now For The Long Term Health Impacts of COVID Webinar

Date/Time of event: April 16th, 9:00 AM PST, 12:00 pm EST (New York)