Mini RC helicopters to help first response units

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Mini RC helicopters to help first response units

Postby clark1965 » Sun Jan 15, 2012 7:56 am

Look up in the sky . . . it’s a bird, it’s a plane, no it’s our local First Responder UAV. Yes, radio controlled helicopters have many uses. One of which is assisting First Responders in many different disaster/emergency situations. Click on to read the article.

Mini RC helicopters to help first response units

JUPITER — Aerial Response, a company based out of Jupiter, has created a line of remote-controlled mini-helicopters used to help first response units following a disaster. These mini-copters or UAVs can be retrofitted for law enforcement, fire rescue and emergency response.

Aerial Response offers prebuilt turnkey systems, which can be purchased ready to fly. These mini-copters can be constructed for a number of different purposes. Fire rescue can use them to survey a dangerous area, or police can use them for surveillance for a sting operation.

“I believe at some point all law enforcement agencies will be utilizing some type of UAV system like Aerial Response,” said Rael Lubner, Aerial Response founder.

All Aerial Response mini-copters are made of durable carbon fiber. “These copters are incredibly lightweight and can be launched within a moment’s notice from just about anywhere. Unique to Aerial Response is the inclusion of an unprecedented 90 days of training to deliver 100% confidence and self-sufficiency for the pilots ensuring self sufficiency.” Lubner added.

Each mini-copter can be outfitted with photographic, video, or infrared equipment to gather surveillance and other useful information. All of the vehicles are powered with electrical engines in order to avoid dangerous fuels.

For more information, visit http://www.aerialresponse.com or contact Rael Lubner at (561) 744-3599.

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