When dealing with climatic, environmental or industrial changes triggering emergencies, our drones can provide reliable information in order to respond in time and appropriately.
We offer our drone-powered disaster management solutions across three distinct types of operations:
Search & Rescue:
Our UAVs equipped with thermal imaging systems can easily spot humans due to their body heat during night-time searches or in areas of dense foliage or in the case of victims trapped in rubble.
With in-built GPS systems, our drones can also help in pinpointing the exact location of victims.
To assist in night-time rescue efforts, our drones can carry payloads such as a spotlight and camera simultaneously. We can search large areas in a short space of time, in tandem with live video streaming.
Our advanced zoom cameras combined with facial identification technology can help identify specific people within a crowd or a disaster or other background distraction.
Real-time Surveillance & Reconstruction:
Our drones are equipped to survey over large, hard-to-reach, disaster-stricken areas and produce real time video feed to assess damages.
Our mapping drones can produce high-quality 3D orthophotos and maps. This data can be effective in locating and assessing structural damage to buildings and other infrastructure elements.
Such information can be effectively used for search and rescue efforts, as well as devising a concrete reconstruction and rehabilitation plan.
Our surveillance capabilities are also useful in tracking nearly extinct species, wildlife conservation, managing human-wildlife conflict and forest protection.
Flood, damaged roads, and building rubble often obstruct emergency responders getting urgent supplies to trapped or injured people.
Our small drones can carry payloads upto 25 kgs and can get urgent supplies such as essential food items or medical first-aid to the disaster-affected areas.
We can also address the communication needs barred due to a natural calamity by creating temporary Wi-Fi hotspots for affected individuals to communicate.