DRONES IN THE FIRE SERVICE

Fire Drones are the most important new firefighting tool since the thermal camera. Better data, increased awareness, and a safer way to fight fires.

 
 
 
Fire rescue drone program

FAST, efficient, and safe

Deployable in seconds, a Firefighting Drone can assess the entire scene quickly, safely, and effectively, often well before other vehicles arrive. High-resolution, live-streaming daylight cameras, FLIR thermal cameras, and gas sensors take the guesswork out of scene size-up. Fire Service Drones are proven tools that reduce costs while eliminating risks to people and expensive equipment. Better deploy resources while keeping your fire crew out of harm's way.

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Limitless applications

Firefighting Drones have eliminated the need to put people and expensive equipment in harm's way to assess a critical HAZMAT situations, wildfires, or structural fires. It's more efficient and safer to deploy an inexpensive Fire UAS, mounted with standard high-resolution cameras, FLIR thermal cameras, or gas sensors, to identify threats before they can become true dangers. Know when and where to send people and resources with levels of safety and efficiency that were never possible before.

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UAS in search and rescue

A search and rescue mission that used to take hours or days can now be accomplished in minutes. Search and rescue drones can be outfitted with FLIR thermal cameras, smart tracking hardware, and spotlights to find people through smoke, flames, and other obstructions that would hinder operations utilizing traditional methods. Search and rescue UAS’s can even drop critical supplies, life vests, tow lines, and more.

Find victims faster, scour large areas in minutes instead of hours, all without putting yourself or your crew in harm's way.

Learn how drones are being used in search and rescue operations:

 
 

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