Why the firefighting industry is so desperate for a robot firefighting system

When it comes to firefighting, there are few things that the human beings around you can do as a fire fighter that doesn’t require some sort of human intervention.

When it is time to put out a fire, that intervention is almost never done by human beings, but rather a robot.

Firefighting robots are used to extinguish fires, but it is often a combination of human-driven intervention with the help of robots.

One of the big problems with robots is that they can often cause serious injuries, even if they are not the cause of the fire.

Robots are generally designed to use their hands to help prevent the spread of the blaze, and to use the heat from their fires to heat water and extinguish it.

But they are also designed to help a fire in the form of an explosion or by the use of flammable materials.

This combination of characteristics creates a dangerous situation, and when they do collide with each other, they can cause catastrophic injuries.

According to the National Fire Protection Association, there were a total of 7,076 fatal fires in the United States in 2016, with a total cost of over $18 billion.

These figures don’t include the damage caused by other types of fires, which can also be fatal.

Even with the most advanced firefighting systems, human firefighters still have a limited amount of training and the time they have to devote to it.

A fire can be so intense that it could take years before they get any training.

The cost of training alone for an average firefighter is roughly $200,000, and a fire could be so hot that even if a fire was extinguished, it could still burn for several hours.

So what is the next best thing?

Robotics are one of the main reasons the fire industry is looking to robotics.

A recent study by the Fire Protection Research Institute found that robots can reduce the time a fire crew has to spend on the job by 50 percent.

That’s a significant amount of time that can be saved, especially when fire crews are already exhausted.

And the cost of these robots is dropping rapidly.

In 2017, according to the United Firefighters Association, a fire department would spend $2,621 on a robot compared to $4,000 in 2020.

There is also some evidence that robot firefighters can save lives.

Two years ago, a robot firefighter was credited with saving the life of a man who was trapped in his house and unable to get out.

Then in 2016 a robot was used to help extinguish a fire that was so intense it knocked out power to the entire building, and nearly caused a fire to start in another building.

Some researchers believe the benefits of robots are well worth the costs, and are already starting to see significant adoption.

For example, a study from the University of Maryland in 2017 found that the cost to replace a robot is roughly equivalent to the cost that a human firefighter would spend to protect a fire. 

Robots can save a firefighter’s life, but there are a lot of costs involved in replacing them. 

But robots have proven that they are very effective at doing things like removing hazardous materials, extinguishing fires, and preventing them from spreading.

If you want to find out what other firefighting technologies are out there that are even more effective at the job, check out the video below.