Public Safety Drones

New Report Suggests Public-Safety Drone Pilots Need More Tra…

Courtesy of DRONERESPONDERS The growth of public-safety drones may be grounded before it can soar unless the industry makes key changes. That’s the conclusion of a report released last week by DRONERESPONDERS. The alliance, billed as “the world’s fastest growing non-profit program supporting public safety UAS,” released Public Safety UAS …

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Global Public-Safety Project Wants Data-driven Drones During…

Courtesy of ResponDrone A global consortium focusing on public-safety drones asked first responders what they wanted in UAV systems. The response? It’s all about the data. ResponDrone, an international project co-funded by the EU and the Korean government, recently surveyed first responders at a “Design Thinking” workshop in Greece last …

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Drones for Good: The Organization Donating Drones to Public …

When I had the opportunity to meet Marc Langley at this year’s InterDrone conference, it was clear that he’s a man with a passion.  Not just for his own company – he is CEO of national drone services provider Airborne Works – but for the non-profit he founded this year – the …

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Fire Cam Sees Huge Upswing in Public-Safety Drone Demand

As public-safety businesses proceed so as to add drones to their tool-kits of life-saving options, distributors of UAV packages have seen a exceptional uptick in demand. “Sales have definitely doubled in 2017,” Rob Schield, CEO/Founder of Fire Cam stated in a latest DroneLife interview. Fire Cam is an Illinois-based, drone-solution …

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Public Safety Drones: Do You Need a Part 107 or COA?

This interview is a part of a bigger piece developed by knowledgeable Joe Tally and revealed on Fire Cam’s web site – go to Fire Cam for extra data on drone packages and gear for emergency companies departments, and see this earlier article with DRONELIFE for tips about getting began. …

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