Using thermal camera drones for Search and Rescue in Extreme Environments
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Video Above: Thor Arngrimsson and his thermal imaging search and rescue drone in action in the breathtaking landscape of the Icelandic tundra.
Video Below: Which drone is best for Search & Rescue? Jon McBride with Rocky Mountain Unmanned Systems is one of the most knowledgeable people when it comes to this subject.
When it comes to search and rescue missions, time is scarce and mistakes cannot be afforded. Especially in countries like Iceland where weather conditions are harsh and daylight is limited. A search and rescue team in Iceland takes to the skies in their efforts to save lives.
Thor Arngrimsson, member of a search and rescue team in Iceland, believes drones with thermal cameras have revolutionized the way in which his team can work. He takes us through the challenges of a typical mission, where new and more portable drone technology overcomes these obstacles by adding efficiency and reliability to each mission.
Posted by Bjorn Ulfsson / CTIF NEWS