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ONYX FirstVision. Interactive Firefighter’s Display John Brady National Account Manager, Fire Services. Agenda. Technology Defined Evolution Benefits Event Command Challenges Applications Codes and Approvals Sample Screens. Technology Defined. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • ONYX FirstVisionInteractive Firefighters Display

    John BradyNational Account Manager, Fire Services

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    AgendaTechnology Defined EvolutionBenefitsEvent Command ChallengesApplicationsCodes and ApprovalsSample Screens

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    Technology DefinedRevolutionary navigation tool for firefighters and emergency responders Interactive interface for firefightersTool for assessmentA touch screen PC that displays critical information

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    Evolution DevelopmentBegan Development in 2003 Need addressed: more information available on fire ground for a fast and accurate response to help reduce loss of property and life Firefighters View of the WorldExtensive focus groups by Honeywell LabsMatch fire commanders modelVisual, No text

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    Evolution - DevelopmentTime Sequencing & AnimationEnhance perception of speed, direction, pattern of smokeIntuitive Visual Codes and SymbolsMimic physical appearance & actionMinimal InteractionMaximum info, single screenTouch screen PC, big buttons100% Intuitive - Initial assessment, 30-60 secondsNo training required for firefighters

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    Evolution - DevelopmentFinding and Fighting Fire More EffectivelyWayfinding TechnologyWhere you areBest route to destinationRecognizing the destinationFinding your way out

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    Evolution - PresentEnhancements just released (January 2007):Increased FlexibilityAdditional initiating device typesAlarm, Trouble, Supervisory, etc.Building Information and Contact ListCustom iconsAdditional IconYou Are HereArea of RefugePrinter Icon

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    Evolution - FutureCampus ViewWireless Fire Fighter TrackingFirstVision 3D

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    Event Command ChallengesMany unknowns Top priority is to locate and rescue any occupantsOccupants evacuating a building during a fire emergency are often confused and may even be injured. They need to find or be led to the safest path out, trying to avoid intense areas of fire and smoke.

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    Event Command ChallengesLocating the seat of the fire and potential spread Identify and locate unique building hazardsStructural hazardsChemicalProcessFloor plan with the locations of hazardous materials

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    FirstVision BenefitsIdentifies crucial informationWhere in the structure did the fire start?What smoke/heat devices are active?When did the fire start?How long have the devices been in alarm?How is the fire progressing?Sequence of detector activationWhat hazards exist?Chemical storagePhysical hazards (airshafts, elevators, etc.)

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    FirstVision BenefitsImproves firefighter and emergency responder safetyResponder immediately sees where the emergency is located and where he/she is in reference to the fire Response team can be mobilized immediately to the proper area via the safest route

    Indicates location of hazardous materials and structural hazards (e.g. bar joists and tension cables)

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    FirstVision BenefitsImproves building occupant safetyResponders plan the safest escape route for occupants to minimize occupant exposure to fire or smoke

    Lists occupancy levels during the day versus evening so firefighters can quickly estimate the number of occupants

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    FirstVision BenefitsReduces the risk of property loss Helps preserve property by allowing the firefighter to locate and extinguish the fire sooner Identifies exactly where in the building the emergency originated

    Firefighters have the information to make accurate decisions about where to first send a response team

    Displays time sequenced activated detectors to show the fire progression

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    FirstVision BenefitsMinimize business interruption Locate the fire faster and easier

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    FirstVision BenefitsMinimize business interruptionImmediately accessible on sceneWall-mounted in building entrances, security offices and fire command CentersCabinet door unlocks automatically upon alarm - no key is required from a Knox Box or similar secure enclosure

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    ApplicationsHigh Life Safety Issues Occupied by a large number of people need fire response personnel immediately directed to the fire event locationExamples:HospitalsSchoolsDormitoriesAssisted Living FacilitiesHigh-Rise Residential/Commercial

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    ApplicationsBuildings with Complicated Layouts Graphic site plan and floor plans to expedite fire service identifying the fire location and best way to reach the fire Examples:Shopping mallsConvention centers Large distribution centers Manufacturing plants

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    ApplicationsHigh-Value Facilities Facilities with hazardous materials can clearly see the location of these materials on the floor plan Examples:Laboratory facilities in hospitals and universitiesTelecommunications ManufacturingResearchFinancial

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    Evolution of Technology and CodesHistorically, everything associated with Fire Alarm system is code drivenTechnology will grow incrementally faster than the codes ability to keep up with itProactive instituting and using new technology that can improve the safety of firefighters and building occupants alike New technology of FirstVision will enhance the fire service response, not change the fundamental approach.

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    FirstVision Codes and Standards to DateUL/ ULC Listed NEMA SB30 Fire Service Annunciator and Interface standard adoptedNIST- Submitted proposal to NEMA for en-route display, colors and icon standardsNFPA 72 2007 Annex will include NEMA SB30 standards

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    NEMA Standard - AnnouncementNEMA Introduces New Fire Service Standard Dec 2005 (ROSSLYN, VA) - NEMAs Signaling Protection and Communications Product Section, representing elements of the fire alarm industry, recently released SB 30-2005, Fire Service Annunciator and Interface. SB 30 was developed jointly by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Building and Fire Research Laboratory, NEMA, and the U.S. fire alarm industry.

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    ONYX FirstVision Screen Low Rise

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    ONYX FirstVision Screen High Rise

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    ONYX FirstVision Screen Event List

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    ONYX FirstVision Screen Building Info.

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    ONYX FirstVision Screen Contact List

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    ONYX FirstVision Screen Site Plan

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    ONYX FirstVision Screen HazMat Detail

  • Thank YouJohn Brady

    NOTIFIERDate*NOTIFIERDate*NOTIFIERDate* ESD calls are up 45%Engineering calls are up 24%Luncheons are up 22%NOTIFIERDate*Many unknowns for first reponders, so rapid and accurate scene assessment is crucial. Top priority is to locate and rescue any occupants that may still be inside the structure. Occupants evacuating a building during a fire emergency are often confused and may even be injured. They need to find or be led to the safest path out, trying to avoid intense areas of fire and smoke. Firefighters can now use the FirstVision touch screen to easily identify the safest and fastest route to reach the occupants and guide them to safety.

    NOTIFIERDate*Questions asked by a firefighter when first arriving at the scene of an emergency. FirstVision answers these questions using graphical floor plans, icons, and animation.NOTIFIERDate*using FirstVisions detailed floor plans that include stairwells, corridors and exitsNOTIFIERDate* immediately know where to goMakes the fire department more efficientRespond faster

    NOTIFIERDate*The standard facilitates the development of uniform equipment for use by the fire service to display essential information during fires and other emergencies.The tragic events of September 11, 2001, and the need for obtaining and distributing information about hazardous conditions in buildings in advance of the arrival of first responders provided significant impetus in the development of this standard.

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