As fires unfold in California, Airobotics’ drones allow fast emergency response – Drones Information
Climate change is a key factor in increasing the risk of natural disasters such as forest fires. California is currently nearing the peak of the fire season, according to Cal Fire. But what if there was a way to draw attention to yourself from a bird’s eye view in such emergency situations?
Get to know Airobotics, the world’s leading provider of fully automated industrial drones. The startup enables companies and governments to conduct automated missions for emergency response, monitoring, inspection and securing of large industrial plants and other strategic locations such as mines, oil and gas companies and seaports.
The solution is a milestone for security, rapid emergency response and situation awareness. One of the biggest challenges for fire departments is getting accurate and actionable real-time information. Currently, plans and answers often come back from one step, but with automated drones the answer can instead be one step ahead. In the event of forest fires, airobotics has the potential to provide a bird’s eye view, which enables efficient strategic planning and protection of emergency personnel. The Airobotics platform offers security officers and emergency services a professional tool for collecting unlimited air data and for real-time overview of security threats and emergency situations.
The company that the world’s first authorization to fly over a large metropolis like Singapore, recently made two pilotless drones available to the Singapore Police Department to track illegal public gatherings and enforce social distancing measures.