Posts tagged FDIC
What Does NFPA's Drone Standard Mean for Your Fire Department?

1/28/2019 - Fire Engineering
On November 29, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) released their 2400 Standard for Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) used for Public Safety Operations. The three-in-one standard, a first for NFPA, includes a section on creating and operating a drone program, professional qualifications and job performance requirements for pilots and visual observers; and a section on drone maintenance and reporting.

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Drone Aviation Corp expanding tethered platform with partners

1/14/2016 - UAS Magazine

After time spent at DAC’s facility in Florida, the Skyfire team agreed to educate and explain the tethered system to its firefighting-consulting clients. In addition to training and education on specific platforms, the consulting group also helps to highlight potential government grants or funding options available to first responders for the purchase of UAS.

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Matt Sloane on Starting a Fire Service Drone Program

4/28/18 - FDIC

The second day of FDIC International 2018 commenced with another series of pre-conference workshops designed to bring attention to some of the most innovative aspects of the fire service. Among those innovations is the increasing use of drone technology, as highlighted by Skyfire Consulting CEO Matt Sloane in his well-attended workshop "Starting a Drone Program for Your Department."

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Stars Fell on Alabama

4/1/18 - AOPA Magazine
Matt Sloane calls the Matrice 210 a “game-changer for drones in public safety.” It has dual daylight cameras and a thermal imaging camera. It also has an Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast In (ADS-B In) transponder system so it can receive signals from aircraft equipped with ADS-B Out (mandated for all aircraft by January 2020).

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