Thomas Hartinger

Thomas Hartinger

About Thomas Hartinger

Thomas Hartinger is the expert on "bits and bytes" at Rosenbauer. As the Director of Telematics and Information Management, he is involved with the future software and hardware requirements of emergency response organizations. His creed: "Water will always be used to put out fires, but new technologies can help as well."

New technologies in vehicle construction – new challenges for rescue crews.

By | 10.08.2017|Products & Solutions, Telematics & Information systems|

Technological development is progressing rapidly within the automotive industry. Airbags and restraint systems at various critical points within a vehicle have long been standard equipment. The development of ultra-high-strength steels and frame reinforcements has provided [...]

How operationally ready does hardware really need to be? (Part 2)

By | 23.01.2017|Products & Solutions, Telematics & Information systems|

Emergency response organizations have different hardware requirements. Thus the term of "ready for operation" is also not easy to define. As described in the first part of this blog, there are fundamental differentiating features in [...]

How operationally ready does hardware really need to be? (Part 1)

By | 09.01.2017|Products & Solutions, Telematics & Information systems|

Mobile software applications are becoming more important in the daily operations of emergency service organizations. Accessing databases, provisioning planning materials at the scene, or managing the current situation on digital mapping systems are just a [...]