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Emergency Management

When disaster strikes, let the nation’s leading public safety UAS experts assist your team.

 
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The Nation's Leading Rapid Deployment Aerial Team

Founded by public safety professionals, Skyfire is the nation's leading public safety drone consultancy. Skyfire’s emergency management strike teams have extensive experience managing complex and high-profile disaster operations. We support organizations in all 50 states with cutting-edge disaster management, firefighting, and police drone and UAS technology.

Our state-of-the-art drone technologies and aerial data experts supplement emergency response operations for a wide variety of organizations like disaster response companies, news outlets, power and pipeline companies, and public safety organizations. 

Better planning and better data means better outcomes. Learn more today!

 
 
 
 
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5,000 miles of pipeline is secured by Skyfire’s emergency management strike team

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Many of the country's largest news institutions rely on Skyfire's expertise

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50% of the East Coast petroleum supply is protected by Skyfire

 
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When Every Second Counts, Count On Us

 
 
 
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Disaster Response

Whether there's been a hurricane, train derailment, pipeline spill, wildfire, or HAZMAT scenario, our talented team of drone professionals can help. Skyfire’s emergency management strike team are on call 24/7/365 and deployed within six hours to anywhere in the contiguous United States.

Our teams have extensive experience coordinating unmanned aircraft with manned aircraft - even alongside the FAA in TFRs (zones with temporary flight restrictions). Our expertise in working with agencies such as FEMA, the EPA, and many of the country’s largest energy and transportation companies make Skyfire’s emergency management strike teams America's premier UAS company for emergency response.

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News Crews

One of the most important parts of emergency management is educating the public about present dangers. We've worked with some of the biggest names in news to help enlighten the public regarding both manmade and natural disasters around the country. 

Our military-grade hardware allows news organizations to securely stream footage from anywhere in the world with sub-3-second latency. High-resolution daylight cameras with 180X zoom can be positioned from vantage points previously impossible or too dangerous to access, giving news organizations a view of the action they've never had before.

 
 
 
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Pre- and post-event inspection

Before disaster strikes, our strike teams can create high-resolution 3D models of large objects and areas with exceptional accuracy. By calculating spill and drainage basin volumes,  and/or comparing design vs. actual measurements in a wide array of file formats, Skyfire can help your organization plan for and mitigate disaster scenarios. 

In the aftermath of a disaster, aerial teams can help document cleanup and recovery efforts in a step-by-step comprehensive way. Skyfire can identify potential problems before they arise to ensure organizational objectives are met and cost overruns are avoided. Our teams can even monitor situations within unstable structures without risk to human life.

 
 
 
 
The safety and security of our guests and staff during Super Bowl LIII was our number one priority. The use of drones with live streaming video (a Super Bowl first) delivered valuable, real-time information that allowed GWCCA and our public safety partners to more quickly assess and react to situations. From traffic management and crowd dynamics to manpower allocation, drones were a critical tool that gave us the ability to better understand all aspects of Super Bowl LIII activity and constantly analyze and adjust based on what we were seeing. The use of technology is certainly changing the landscape of public safety preparedness as the more data points we receive, the better prepared we are to mitigate, respond to, and recover from any incident.
— Marc Vincent, Emergency Preparedness Manager, Georgia World Congress Center Authority
 
 
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Emergency Management Aerial Options

Whether you need a tactical partner or an in-house program, Skyfire can help craft the perfect UAS response for your organization.

 
 
 
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Skyfire Overwatch

Skyfire Overwatch works with some of the biggest names in energy, news and television, and public safety to provide aerial support in case of emergencies or in aerial support of large-scale events. Our trained, Part 107 certified pilots can be anywhere in the US in less than 6 hours with the aircraft, critical auxiliary tools, and experience to give your mission instant overwatch, and powerful new insights. Skyfire Overwatch teams are perfect for large event security deployments, news organizations, energy companies, emergency management agencies, SWAT teams, and oil and gas pipeline companies.

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In-House UAS Program

Skyfire has worked with hundreds of public and commercial agencies across the country, so we know that establishing a commercial drone program can be difficult and time-consuming. That’s why we make it easy with the Skyfire Method. Our method defines and builds up the 3 pillars of any commercial drone program: identifying the regulatory framework, creating a training regimen, and purchasing the right equipment. See how the Skyfire Method can work for your organization.

 
 
 
 

Ready to Get Started?

Contact us today for a free, no-obligation organizational assessment and discover why more national organizations trust Skyfire than anyone else.