Drone Data X Conference, San Francisco - June 3, 2016

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Published on June 9, 2016

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1. UAV Solutions to Disaster Management #DronesForGood Drones in First Responder & Humanitarian Projects responsibility.dji.com

2. ROMEO DURSCHER Director of Education D Twitter: @RomeoCH Instagram: VisualAerials

3. August 19, 2015

4. UAVs IN EMERGENCY RESPONSE SITUATIONS

5. THE FUTURE OF POSSIBLE

6. A large blaze in a stone quarry caused a serious risk as it was burning in close proximity to over hundreds of pounds of explosives. The local Fire Department Chief didn’t want to risk the lives of a rescue team and was therefore hesitant to send a crew. SITUATION BLAZE BURNING CLOSE TO EXPLOSIVES A volunteer firefighter used a DJI Phantom to get an overall aerial assessment of the situation. MISSION The Fire Department could make a risk assessment and could optimize the mission response for the specific situation. IMPACT

7. SITUATION SEARCH AND RESCUE MISSION IMPACT Donegal Mountain Search and Rescue in Ireland have struggled to find people in need within an acceptable time. Before using UAVs, it took 120 minutes for a five-man team to find a casualty in a 1 km2 area. A special S&R app was developed which enables the drone operator to share images and GPS location of objects found with the search team, emergency services and coast guard helicopter. The app allows delivery of 1 kg of medical supplies/radio equipment from drone to casualty and enables “beacon mode”. Finding a casualty with a DJI Phantom 3 together with the S&R app takes 20 minutes which cut down the search time with 80 percent, while adding additional benefits such as delivery of mission-critical equipment.

8. Sub 5 minSub 5 min Sub 13 min DJI Drone Found Subjects 6-8 times faster than 5-member Ground Team on Foot.

9. Integration Tactical Approach Data Bottleneck – Live Feed SDK

10. UAVs IN HUMANITARIAN MISSION

11. MALDIVES 1,192 islands with ~350,000 people 80% of islands are 1m above sea level Climate Change; storms, flooding, erosion Lack preparedness

12. STAKEHOLDERS

13. MAPPING

14. Get Stakeholders on Board Set-up Sustainability Train & Knowledge Transfer Offer Support

15. #DronesForGoo d responsibility.dji.com

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