Firefighting Drones Infographic from Dronefly #drone #droneday
Thanks to Alex from Dronefly for sending us this tip! Alex writes:
When dealing with disasters or burning buildings firefighters will quickly be able to deploy a drone to gain information on the current ground situations. This aerial view can be applied to other situations such as wildland firefighting, search & rescue operations, and scene monitoring.
As the L.A. Fire Department uses drones to assess fire damage and hot spots we thought having an article about the use of drones and firefighting with an infographic would be awesome!
Dronefly, a leader in commercial drone solutions has been working alongside officials to identify and develop solutions for fire fighting and rescue operations. Our goal with this infographic is to educate the public and other first responders on the many benefits of drones. These benefits include a quickly deployable aerial overview, a lower cost compared to manned aircraft, payload drop systems, and thermal camera payload options.
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