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UAE police to start wearing body cameras to track suspected domestic violence | USA Today

The U.S. Department of Defense is rolling out new body cameras for law enforcement across the military, according to an Associated Press report.The cameras are designed to record police officers, firefighters, military members, and others who may be injured or threatened by a suspect.The cameras are expected to be available in 2021.The AP reported that […]

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The best Arc-7 safety equipment

Now that we’ve got some answers, we can move on to the Arc-10.It’s basically a large, sturdy, air-cooled, two-person, quadcopter that’s meant to protect you from anything that might be dangerous to you.Its main purpose is to be an airbag, but it can also be used for surveillance or just being a safe home.It has […]

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Why it’s worth $2.4 billion: $2 billion surplus safety gear company

The surplus safety systems that are being used by some U.S. air traffic controllers are worth a record $2,400 per aircraft per day, according to the aviation industry’s trade group.The trade group Aviation Alliance reported Wednesday that the industry is currently oversupplied with the equipment.The surplus equipment companies are among the industry’s biggest spenders, accounting […]

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Microsoft, Amazon’s Alexa: Why the tech giants are building a new alliance

TechCrunch – TechCrunch is a new weekly newsletter with high-level information about the latest tech news and trends.Each week we provide readers with the scoop on the week’s most interesting and notable events.

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National Railroad Safety Administration says railroads must install safety equipment at all tracks, airports

A federal safety agency says rail systems must install equipment at each rail line and each airport at the end of the month to prevent a catastrophic derailment.The U.S. National Railroad Security Administration (NRCS) released a report Monday detailing the equipment required at railroad crossings and airports and the steps it expects railroads to take […]

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How to protect yourself from car-crash hazards

What is car safety?Car safety is an issue in Australia, with car accidents being the leading cause of death for people aged 65 years and over.In Australia, car crashes cause approximately 500 deaths each year, with many people unaware of the risk involved.Many people also have misconceptions about the causes of car accidents and are […]

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How to buy autopilot autopilot system from $5,000 to $15,000

A new, $5 million autopilot kit is on sale for just $15 per year to help people get a little closer to the vehicle’s autopilot functions.The autopilot features include a system that allows a driver to turn on and off the autopilot without having to be physically in the car, as well as a feature […]

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What to know about the new US rules on firefighting equipment

What to do when you’re at the brink of disaster: what to bring and when not to bring it: there are a whole host of safety equipment items that are essential for fighting fires.And with the introduction of US federal rules that will be applied nationwide starting January 1, 2016, you might want to consider […]

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What’s the best way to get the most bang for your buck?

Aberdeen is in a tough spot, with a major accident involving a chainsaw on the city’s main road on Friday.The incident happened just after 10am, just a few metres from Aberdeen City Council offices.There were no fatalities, but two people were treated for minor injuries.Police said the chainsaw, which was used in the Aberdeen town […]

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A new state law aims to ensure the safety of toilets and other facilities used in public schools

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday upheld a High Court order to make toilets and showers in public school toilets accessible to women and girls.The Delhi High Courts Bench directed the Central government to implement the order of the Delhi Board of Secondary Education, a body of schools set up in 1999 by […]

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