3M | Scott Fire & Safety to exhibit ‘As One’ at The Emergency Services Show 2018

Science-based technology company 3M and premium manufacturer Scott Safety will exhibit ‘As One’ at The Emergency Services Show 2018. The companies will host a joint stand – number H80 – at the event, which runs from 19 to 20 September…

Scott Safety

Stand B69 – Award Winning Scott Sight on show at ESS 2017
At this year’s Emergency Services Show Scott Safety will be proudly demonstrating their award winning Scott Sight, the world’s first in-mask thermal intelligence system. As a firefighting industry first, Scott Sight is paving the road on which others will follow. This ground-breaking technology enables firefighters to have a clear, unobstructed view of their surroundings whilst also keeping a hands-free image in view at all times. Winner of the Popular Science award and most recently nominated for the German Design Award for ‘Excellent Product Design’.

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How the UK fire service is revolutionising situational awareness

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