New Report Shows Drones Saving Lives On Five Continents
At least 65 people have been rescued by drones in the last year, according to a new report issued Monday by DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology. The report gathers accounts from news outlets and public safety agencies around the world, and includes 27 separate incidents on five continents.
The report, “More Lives Saved: A Year Of Drone Rescues Around The World,” is available for download at this link. It highlights how improved drone technology, rapid adoption by first responders and smart aviation regulations have combined to increase the pace of drone use in critical public safety missions.
30 April 2018