VIDEO REVIEWS: If you are a
manufacturer or have products that you would us to test
in the field, we will be
glad to produce videos
documenting your technology.
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Search And Rescue, Tactical Training on Intelligent
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Since 2012 Drone Mission has embraced
the concept of providing services to the community and a continuing search for the most
effective ways to offer our unique set of skills in aerial technology. Using Intelligent Unmanned
Aircraft Systems (iUAS), we assist in missing children searches where areas are
hard to reach, flying at low altitude, providing live feed video transmission to
the ground control station and ground search teams. We
also leverage our video logs, converting them to creative media with
rotating missing children banners, circulating worldwide. [see SERVICES]
800,000 children younger than 18 are missing each year, or an average of 2,000
children each day. Do your part to help find missing children in your area.
iUAS are intelligent unmanned
aircraft systems, flown without a human pilot on board. The flight is either controlled autonomously by computers in the vehicle, or under the remote control of a pilot on the ground with onboard live feed camera
First Person View FPV. The Ground Control Station (GCS), typically is operated by at least 2 people, consist of the pilot and payload sensor operator during a mission. Recently quadrotors have become popular in UAV research and aerial photography; we use them as they are very stable, have agile maneuverability, and can hover with altitude hold. We continuously experiment with various
flight controllers, including the MultiWii, initially developed to support Nintendo Wii console gyroscopes and accelerometers.
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