Partnered with wearables, AI is being used to make first responders safer on the job

Firefighters have a truly noble job as their responsibilities often require putting one's own life on the line. A NASA researcher is using the Assistant for Understanding Data through Reasoning, Extraction, and sYnthesis (AUDREY), an artificial intelligence tool, to make a day's work a bit easier and safer for these heroes.

The IoT-powered system will work with wearables that will track a firefighter’s location via GPS and record heat and air quality in the specific points as they go around the site of the emergency. All this data is then tied-up with satellite imagery of the scene to build a game plan.

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