The TAF35 firefighting robot douses a warehouse fire.
Abu Dhabi Civil Defense General Authority used a remote control system, TAF35 Firefighting Robot to control fire.
The authority explained that the robot pumps large quantities of water from 1500 litres to 4,500 litres per minute in the regular system and water spray system.
It can also be used to pull weights up to 3.8 tons and is characterised by the presence of a bulldozer at the front.
It stated that it is used to put out various types of fires in industrial areas and tunnels, and closed parking spaces with remote control technology with a distance of no more than 500 metres, as it manoeuvres in fire accident sites and progress to the direct fire line, pumping large amounts of water and providing protection to firefighters at the sites.
The robot has played a leading role in the national disinfection programme to combat coronavirus in coordination with the relevant authorities and the first line of defence.
Last year, the General Directorate of Civil Defence Abu Dhabi has carried out a practical experiment to use the drone to douse a fire in a tower under construction by Hydra Real Estate Company in Al Reem Island.
Brigadier Mohammed Ibrahim Al Ameri, Deputy Director General of Civil Defence Abu Dhabi, stressed the importance of using modern and advanced methods in the fight against fires and when dealing with accidents and emergencies, which contributes to boost in security and safety.
The drone has two main characteristics of extinguishing, namely the use of chemical powder and extinguishing method using the projectile directly at the fire.
Al Marzouqui was briefed about the drone’s operational capabilities, as part of the strategy to leverage the latest developments in the prevention and public safety field.
The robot can be used to extinguish fires in industrial areas, tunnels, and closed parking lots by remote control within a distance of 300 metres.
The General Directorate of Civil Defense, in cooperation with its regional departments, and in coordination with the Security Media Department at the Ministry of Interior, has launched an accelerator (0-3) to reduce the mortality rate caused by fires
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The system is part of RTA’s efforts to make use of modern and smart technologies in delivering better services to public parking users in Dubai. Currently, there are 190,000 paid parking slots in Dubai out of a total of 550,000.