Agility Technologies (ATC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Advance Rescue Solutions Co Ltd., as the exclusive distributor/reseller in Thailand. This new announcement broadens ATC’s reach into South East Asia.
Advance Rescue and their team are experts in the Thai rescue market and offer a wealth of experience as well as proven track record. Advance Rescue will represent ATC and our complete line of FirstLook360 products, which is being continuously upgraded and expanded. Advance Rescue have a full demo system in their possession and are available for demonstrations today.
About Advance Rescue Solutions Co. Ltd.
67/17 Ladprao 35, Chamkaseam
Jathujuk, Bangkok, 10900
T: +662 938 9474
About Agility Technologies Corp.
Agility Technologies engineer best-In-class imaging and communications products for emergency, military and industrial professionals working in hazardous environments
#255-3757 Jacombs Road
Richmond, BC, Canada V6V 2R3
Wow! What an awesome experience it is to take a product into a whole new world! The FirstLook 360 was built to be rugged and multipurpose but who knew the extent of it!… Last week we were in the UK and met with a prominent Police force to discuss law enforcement applications for the FL360 camera. The next couple of hours was a combination of enlightenment (for us) and excitement (for us all) as the cogs of our minds started turning and we explored the many potential use cases for the FL360 by Law enforcement professionals, it was a really eye opening experience. Follows is a quick summary of the areas this rugged 360 camera could be used.
Specialty Firearm teams, Emergency Response Teams, Prisons, Hostage Situations, Drug Lab Takedowns, Large Vehicle Search, Ship Board Void Search & Seizure, Room Entry & Clearing, Building search – attics, basements, crawlspaces. Additionally, the ability to record and share and playback a full 360 view of an area before carrying out an operation could be a real game changer.
We left a camera system for evaluation and trial can’t wait to get the feedback… more to come on this…
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The role of a Product Manager (PM) is incredibly important to any organization and it’s direction moving forward. The Product Manager helps keep the company focused, avoiding “shiny objects” that may appear to be good opportunities but in reality are distractions. Products and enhancements are built and marketed based on market needs, regardless of how great a new innovation may seem. A PM cuts through the noise of hundreds of great ideas and customer requests to guide the organization down a path that results in maximized revenue at minimized cost. It is their role to persuade others to do what’s right for the company.
Josh Elman from Greylock Partners put together a great presentation on the subject and it’s certainly worth a read. Check it out here…….. “Let’s Talk About Product Managers.”
Agility Technologies Corporation ( “Agility Technologies” ), a Vancouver-based product and manufacturing company, today announced that it has been selected to become a industry sponsor for a Capstone project with students in UBC’s ECE department to co-develop a search and rescue product.
UBC’s Capstone Project is a major component of any engineering curriculum and allows students to showcase the knowledge and skills they have acquired during the previous three years of study. The objective is to design a product or service of significance and solve an open-ended problem in electrical or computer engineering.
Agility Technologies is very excited to have been accepted and to have the opportunity to work with some of the smartest engineering students from UBC.
Wire-free power delivers on the promise of true mobility, the freedom to roam where you want to without worrying about your mobile or battery powered devices running out of charge. While power cords and charging pads require you to surrender your device to a stationary location, WattUp™ gives you the freedom to receive a charge from anywhere within a 30 foot space. See more…
Shenzhen is a relatively new Chinese city purpose-built to cater to electronics manufacturing. If you’re serious about taking any type of consumer electronics product to market — robots, microcontroller-based projects, mobile phones, laptops, internet appliances, 3D printers, etc. — there is only one city where you need to be, and that’s Shenzhen.
Some great tips from Make Magazine for the novice product maker looking to China for manufacturing. Read more…..
Senic YC S13are a hardware startup dedicated to making the interactions between humans and technology more seamless and natural have shared their experience making their first product. They share some great insight as to how difficult it can be to design, build, and market a new product. Check it out here!
With the advent of rapid prototyping, 3D printing, and lower costs associated with machining and custom fabrication, the age of the hardware startup is here. It has become easier to develop a product and get it to market then ever before. Zdnet has a great article on the subject. Have a read…
Getting a new hardware product to market is getting somewhat easier but there are still some difficult challenges to face when going to market. Entrepreneur.com sets out to point out the most common obstacles and how to overcome them. Read more…..
Great article on the future of wearables growth by Bob O’Donnell from Techpinions. Read more….
When it comes to manufacturing trends, you might even say that Flexible is the new Fast. Rethink Robotics is introducing “Sawyer” a new robotic arm that has unequalled versatility and a perfect fit for a wide range of industries and applications. Check out MIT’s article on the company and where they’re headed. Read more……
Every month I hold a webinar for my Abundance 360 executive mastermind members that focuses on different exponential technologies impacting billion-person problems.
This week I interviewed Padma Warrior, CTO and Chief Strategist of Cisco, to discuss the Internet of Everything (IOE).
Padma is a brilliant and visionary person, one of the most important female leaders of this decade.
She first got my attention when she quoted a recent Cisco study placing the value of IoE as a $19 trillion opportunity.