Could a remotely operated UAV fleet improve emergency response?
A. Avi, G. Quarantadownload PDF
Abstract. Unmanned aerial vehicles could reduce risks in emergency response missions. The UAV firefighter team of Provincia autonoma di Trento proposes a new concept of operations. A fleet of drones placed in strategically selected locations and operated from the main headquarters in Trento. The first UAV, with a docking station, was placed on Marmolada glacier for trial.
UAV, UAS, Docking Station, Emergency, Firefighter, SA, Civil Protection
Published online 9/1/2023, 6 pages
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Citation: A. Avi, G. Quaranta, Could a remotely operated UAV fleet improve emergency response?, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 33, pp 323-328, 2023
The article was published as article 47 of the book Aerospace Science and Engineering
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