First responders, fire fighters, search and rescue teams, and members of law enforcement can mobilize in a matter of minutes. The drone can be integrated with thermal imaging to provide the ability to see through smoke, dust, light fog, and foliage. This technology allows the user to find persons even in total darkness – see much farther than with other low-light night vision goggles and cameras.
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Response teams often navigate through vast, challenging and dangerous terrain to save lives. Our technology brings semi-automated tools that quickly scout these regions and locate those in danger without risking members of the team.
DV8 Tech solutions glide over elevated landscapes to quickly locate individuals. High-powered thermal and zoom cameras allow teams to identify heat signatures through thick brush and snow, then take a closer look for confirmation.
Drone solutions efficiently scan the ocean for those lost at sea. Search teams can use thermal and zoom cameras to sweep large bodies of water even in low visibility, locate heat signatures, and initiate a rescue.
Drone solutions provide a visual feed of large disaster areas to help incident commanders make informed decisions. With a drone’s live stream, they can more effectively direct on-the-ground teams and communicate the situation to off-site stakeholders.
Putting out a fire requires a balance of heroism to save lives trapped in a burning structure and caution to prevent flames from spreading. Our technology brings rapid imaging tools that provide critical information to best attack the fire while maintaining firefighter safety.
Drone solutions give teams a real-time 360 ° view of a burning building. By using thermal imagery to monitor fire progress and spot victims through the thick smoke, commanders can efficiently target attacks without risking firefighters.
Drone solutions monitor large-scale wildfires to provide detailed, around-the-clock information to commanders. By using thermal and zoom imagery, commanders can immediately locate hotspots and zoom in to check on teams and resources status.
Drone solutions enable first responders to tackle HazMat situations better whilst maintaining their own safety. With simultaneous thermal and visual imagery, response teams can quickly identify where a dangerous substance is located and what material it is.
Officers are often required to put themselves in harm's way to protect citizens and uphold the law. Drone technology provides them with remote imaging tools so that they can assess a situation and plan their response accordingly, drastically improving officer and bystander safety.
Drone solutions quickly map areas after an incident to preserve the scene for further analysis. By using 3D maps or aerial LiDAR point clouds, forensic units can gain a detailed view of a site and provide an unbiased, visual report to the courts.
Done solutions provide remote visuals of a dangerous area to give officers critical information of a situation. By using a thermal sensor, officers can gain visuals through glass and other obstructions, preventing officers from risking their lives when scouting an area.
When natural disasters hit, response teams instantly come together to save lives and start rebuilding. Our drone technology brings rapid data collection tools to responders, infrastructure maintenance teams, insurers, and more to quickly visualize areas, coordinate activities, and start rebuilding communities.
Drone solutions provide immediate aerial overviews to identify missing persons. With a drone’s live stream, response teams can efficiently direct on-the-ground teams and communicate the situation to off-site stakeholders.
Drone solutions generate detailed maps of jurisdictions to prepare teams before disaster strikes. By generating 3D models of critical sites, teams can simulate disasters to create optimal emergency response plans.
Drone solutions collect the visual data of affected areas and assets to assess damage and plan repairs accurately. By using automated mapping missions, insurers can quickly prepare and conduct missions that analyze damage across multiple cities.