On these occasions, every second counts.
Unmanned drones move much more flexibly , access places hitherto practically inaccessible , move easily over uneven terrain thanks to their great stability and offer high definition vision that allows rescue and emergency teams to direct drones through laptops and other control equipment.
One of those uses by rescue teams is the use of drones to search for missing persons.
One or more helicopter-type drones can search for missing persons in open or hard-to-reach places such as mountainous or snowy areas. The reduced size of these UAVs allows them to be always available in mountain stations, considerably reducing search time.
The low cost of these drones compared to the cost of a traditional helicopter make them suitable for this task (a traditional helicopter is at least 30 to 60 times more expensive, and involves a risk to human life , high fuel consumption, etc.).
Our drones allow emergency teams to quickly and effectively scan dangerous fires , observe and control a large fire, assess the fire to determine its path and speed, and any structures or areas at risk in the travel path. This allows firefighting supervisors to dispatch their teams exactly where they are needed .
Ebredrone uses several teams simultaneously , in this way you can take advantage of thermal images to see through dense smoke , allowing the identification of certain hot spots and the origin of the fire , or even rescue teams in situations of extreme risk. The combination of all these technologies provide firefighters with valuable information to help them make the right decisions as quickly as possible.
In addition, Ebredrone has highly qualified flight personnel with high experience in fire fighting and teamwork with the fire services , and has all-terrain vehicles prepared to enter inaccessible areas and thus be able to provide a better service together with the air services.
Having an unmanned aerial vehicle can be useful in reconnaissance missions , to plan police tactics , to observe installations from the air or to perform escort tasks to a police operative .
Particularly interesting are the tasks of surveillance of borders and restricted access areas, with the possibility of establishing a constant patrol in the area to be protected and automatically detecting risky situations, triggering a manual supervision alarm .
Ebredrone rescue drones (prototypes used as a test on beaches) fly towards the victim, drastically reducing the response time in the first intervention and hover over it. Immediately, release one of the two life jackets , located in the cargo bay, which automatically inflate upon contact with water . It should be noted that the vest remains attached to the drone until the pilot manages to deliver it. Once secured , the unpinning maneuver is performed. Likewise, the team remains in a stationary flight until the arrival of the rescue and life-saving services.