Drones will probably be one of the next great advances in the fire rescue service. Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are the flying vehicles that do not have a pilot and are remote controlled.
Why the drone business takes off in the public sector?
Having “eyes in the sky” during crisis and rescue operations gives security to citizens and fire crews, which at that time gives a significant advantage to public safety agencies. The drones from Mirragin Unmanned Systems could be used in search and rescue missions, to identify the area of a forest fire or to conduct a rapid assessment of the damage after an earthquake.
There are cases of that drones could be used by the fire department. Drones offer an incredible opportunity to assess important incident data and large-scale opportunities that can provide additional knowledge of the situation commander of the incident.
Occupied with knowledge of the situation, these gadgets can be provided with camcorders to capture video or provide a live video feed. UAVs are equipped with cameras can also provide a constant review of fire propagation of wild lands and the potential harm to firefighters, the general society and surrounding groups.
Deployable in seconds landing on a stage, a fight against drone fires can have the whole scene has often sounded a long fast before other vehicles along the way even arrive. Save resources and save money while keeping your team out of state damage.