UAVs For Search and Rescue – Because Every Second Counts
In search and rescue operations every second counts. Crews can develop a distinct advantage by gaining a rapid aerial overview. Microdrones systems allow search and rescue teams to achieve this.
Elevate Search and Rescue with Drones
Microdrones is proud to offer the most flexible, resilient, high-performing UAV option on the market. These qualities make all the difference in search and rescue operations. Below are just a few of the benefits our drones offer for search and rescue users:
Quickly ready for use. For airplanes and helicopters, it takes a certain amount of time until they are ready for use. A Microdrones UAS can be used directly and without delay.
Weatherproof. Thanks to their carbon fibre housings, our drones can work reliably even in difficult weather conditions such as rain, snow, wind, dust, heat and cold.
Insensitive to extreme heat or cold. You want to use the drone near a fire? No problem. Microdrones UAVs do a good job even at extreme temperatures.
Extra-long flight times. If your drone is on the ground because the battery needs to be charged, a lot can happen. Choose the UAV system with the longest flight time on the market and stay in the air longer.
Improve rescuer safety with remote assessment. With data transfer to the mdBaseStation taking place in real time, it is no longer necessary for firefighters or other support personnel to enter the danger zone to assess the situation. The Microdrones UAV can now fulfill this role.
Payload flexibility for wide functionality. Microdrones’ modular payload system allows various devices to be attached to our UAVs. A search and rescue crew might attach a conventional video camera one day, a gas measurement device the next, and a thermal image camera to identify people in the dark the next.
Microdrones Search and Rescue Applications
Below are some of the applications search and rescue teams can achieve with Microdrones UAS:
Terrorism search and rescue
Emergency communication network aid
Monitoring of catastrophes: nuclear accidents, structural fires, ship collisions, plane and train crashes, motor vehicle accidents