From their site, here’s how it works:
“Alerts are broadcast to our list of volunteers. A SAR (search and rescue) volunteer will evaluate each request and make the necessary arrangements with authorities for the mission. The requester will be the Point of Contact (POC). The POC and alternate POC you nominate will meet with the mission planner to discuss the details. Initial way points will be determined on maps and dispatch to the volunteer pilots. The pilots will attend a mission brief. Each mission flown will usually be coordinated with a ground search team on site. All necessary COA (FAA Certificate of Authorization) will be completed before the missions.”
To keep up with the changing technologies, Dronemission is constantly testing new UAVs.
“As we are always on the field using the latest equipments and documenting everything in video. It is easy for us to test new products and provide you with constructive feedback. If you are a manufacturer or software developer with products that you would us to test in the field, promote your products; we will be glad to produce videos documenting your technology. Post video productions are completed in-house with Premiere Pro in at our DM Studios. Articles will be published in our project journal and magazine.” One such test is provided for the Walkera QR X350.
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