The ResponDrone project concluding conference served to both sum up the project’s achievements to date and look ahead to the future.
ResponDrone project partner the American University of Armenia (AUA) has been actively integrating student researchers in the project and also providing UAV sessions for high-school students.
ResponDrone partners held their final demonstration and trial at the Atlas Flight test centre in the province of Jaen, southern Spain.
The EU-funded ResponDrone Project has entered a new and more advanced phase, with a practical, hands-on learning session for first responders, held in Corte, Corsica.
The UAV competition aims to encourage participants to seek new solutions to increase the effectiveness of emergency measures for rescuers and first responders using UAVs.
Precision mapping from leading geospatial company Hivemapper will be used as a core ResponDrone system asset.
ResponDrone Project coordinator Max Friedrich from the German Aerospace Center DLR took part in a Clustering Webinar on New Technologies for First Responders.
ResponDrone partners continue to invest efforts in promoting the project, showcasing its value to first responders, while both attending training events and engaging in preparations for future demos and drills.
Eric Freeman, the CEO of ResponDrone partner Alpha Unmanned Systems, provided a presentation on the ResponDrone Project entitled UAVs for emergency incidents, at AUS&R & AUVSI 2020 BROADCAST.
Using a remotely piloted platform has many advantages including operator safety, cost, flexibility, and more but the real competitive advantage lies in the functions and capabilities of the payload, the drones are equipped with, to perform their mission.