Saving lives during and after an incident or disaster takes long hours and can be dangerous for rescue teams. The longer the rescue process, the more lives are at risk. Because public safety is as important as the welfare of the rescuers, a UAV can be incredibly beneficial for search and rescue missions.
ZenaDrone 1000 has intelligent features and applications that help search and rescue operations locate people in need.
ZenaDrone 1000 uses multispectral sensors that can detect body heat. This feature can help find people in remote places like mountains, collapsed buildings, forests, etc. This capability makes search and rescue missions faster and more successful.
Search, and rescue missions take days to accomplish ultimately. In many cases, they need to search for dangerous areas to ensure that nobody is left without being rescued. ZenaDrone 1000 can be your friend with these extended searches. It has a battery capacity of 33600mah, ideal for longer flights and uninterrupted searching.
Disasters like earthquakes, tsunamis, typhoons cause massive damage to the location and sometimes have aftershocks. With real-time imagery, responders can get accurate reports of the location’s current situation to plan rescues efficiently.
ZenaDrone 1000 can be easily deployed to survey the area, capturing videos and images in high definition. It also gathers essential data about the place. Emergency teams can plan and make suitable decisions from these data and documents before they respond, saving them time.
Rescue teams face dangers from missing individuals located in hard-to-reach areas like mountain ridges and challenging slopes. With an autonomous drone, they only need to plan and map out according to terrain and set the flight route. Using drone technology, responders can examine the whole area to determine the best routes, recognize weak points, and familiarization of any evacuation routes needed when a disaster occurs.
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