Drones and pandemics

Drones and pandemics

David Sparks Ph.D.
David Sparks Ph.D.
County director and farm advisor Dustin Blakey: ”Remote identification is the ability of an unmanned aircraft or drone in flight to provide identification and location information so that people on the ground, for example, law enforcement would be able to locate and identify who it is that’s flying that specific drone. The proposed rule requires that drones use remote identification through two systems, the first being a connection to the internet, the second being a broadcast that comes from the drone itself”

AD Cloud can program unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and unmanned ground-based vehicles (UGV) with cloud-based command and control (C2) to conduct such mission-critical exercises as:

Delivery of medical supplies to front-line healthcare workers

Transport of test results to labs

Delivery of medicine and urgent supplies to individuals quarantined at home

Disinfectant spraying into public pandemic areas

Serving as mobile public speakers to inform people of safety measures and tips

Patrolling high-risk areas with photoelectric sensors to enforce curfews 

Monitoring health of employees with heat signature, infrared cameras

24-hour surveillance of critical infrastructure, such as power and nuclear facilities and water and sewage treatment plants, as well as essential retail operations, like grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations

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