Drones can help Emergency Services to better assist victims and make better decisions in emergencies. … and, consequently, allow a better service to be provided to the public while keeping the professionals involved in each incident safer.
- Have an aerial view of an incident: providing very valuable information for the Advanced Command Post (PMA) and the units deployed on the ground.
- Videos in real time: The fact that the videos captured by a drone can
be seen in real time is very useful both for the operator, for the Advanced Command Post (PMA), and even for the 112 Center.
- Ability to carry/drop objects: There are incidents in which an injured or endangered victim needs a drone to drop one or more objects (such as a life jacket, thermal blanket, mobile phone, etc.).