Perhaps because it seems that 2011 was a year rife with natural and man-made disasters, inventors have been making huge strides in creating technology to help with rescue operations in an emergency. There's the monster beats headphone and the slightly less cute , and now there's PAWS — the Portable All-terrain Wireless System which lets rescuers see what their dogs see asMonster Beats Solo they scramble through rubble searching for survivors.
Created by UK firm Wood & Douglas, which specializes in wireless broadcast technology, the system consists of a camera that attaches to a harness that can be worn by a rescue dog.Monster Beats Studio The camera sits on top of the dog's head, much like a spelunker's helmet light, with the transmitter on the vest.
PAWS allows rescuers to combine the nimble abilities of a search dog with the handler's ability to see what the dog sees in real time. It can be used to help find survivors inTour In-ear Headphones a disaster situation, for narcotics raids,Solo HD or searching for fugitives. Check