Plot a Course of Action with Eyes in the Sky
using Defender Series Drones and UAVs
One very effective way for athletes and people preparing for a speech to practice is to see themselves in action on video. This allows them to be aware of something in a way that they would otherwise have to visualize mentally. The same goes for police training exercises. Adding video to the exercise allows them to understand their movements even better. Adding aerial video takes this a step further and allows them to understand their environment in a new way.
In addition to analyzing crime scenes through aerial video and photos, drones can also be used to reconstruct accidents. By utilizing drones to aid in this process, officers are significantly less vulnerable to devastating secondary crashes. Drones are also able to speed up the process, with a high level of accuracy with high quality photos and digital zoom functions, further reducing the risk of danger. Since the drones are capturing photos and video digitally, the footage can be digitally rendered into drawings with the appropriate software for use in court cases or other future situations.
Fire fighters must stay on top of the developments of a blaze at all tops in other to have the best chance of keeping in under control. This can often be a challenge from the ground because it takes longer to identify the hazardous or more dangerous zones. With eyes in the sky, fire fighters are able to gain an advanced ability to monitor a fire's development nearly instantly, allowing them to better plot a course of action, and determine the most hazardous areas in advance, before they become out of control.