UAV helps emergency rescue "black technology" solve industry pain points
CNR Beijing February 28 news (Hello Wang Zijin) UAV is an unmanned aerial vehicle controlled by radio remote control or program, which integrates multidisciplinary technologies such as aerospace, information, control, sensing and new energy, and is known as "Aerial Robot". In recent years, with the gradual maturity of UAV technology and the increasingly prominent limitations of traditional rescue, UAV technology has become increasingly important in emergency rescue
according to previous media reports, the development process of China's civil UAVs began with the first China UAV conference, the wing of the vanguard in 2006, and gradually began to heat up after 2008. Therefore, it is particularly necessary to implement plastic granulators that use local advantageous energy for heating in some power shortage areas and areas with high electricity charges, and gradually move towards the consumer market in recent years
with the accelerating pace of civilian use of unmanned aerial vehicles, the rapid growth of their industry scale and the continuous expansion of their application fields
according to the research report recently released by the China Business Research Institute, the global UAV industry is currently in a rapid growth trend, and it is expected that the global UAV market will reach $70billion in 2025
in the application of this technology, UAVs can be seen in many fields, such as aerial photography, geological survey, agricultural plant protection, environmental protection, e-commerce express, etc. In particular, relying on the characteristics of rapid response, on-site data collection and real-time transmission, UAV has become more and more prominent in aviation emergency rescue in recent years
Zhou Huanbo, chairman of Beijing Fudi science and Technology Innovation Information Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Beijing Fudi), told: "UAVs have the characteristics of low cost, easy to operate, no need for special sites, take-off and landing at any time, and are very suitable for 'taking the lead' in emergency rescue. They can quickly go deep into the disaster scene, avoid casualties, and obtain on-site image data. With the deepening of the research and development of multi rotor UAVs in China, some multi rotor loads can reach 20kg, and can completely carry important electronic equipment to complete tasks from the air. The combination of multi satellite navigation systems RTK ensures hovering at the same time Precise positioning of reconnaissance, throwing and other rescue operations. "
compared with traditional emergency rescue means, UAV has low cost, high flexibility, good mobility and low environmental requirements, and can complete special tasks from the air when dealing with natural disasters, social security accidents and other rescue events. In the complex climate and geographical environment, unmanned aerial vehicles can also effectively avoid the casualties of rescue personnel and other issues. At the same time, relying on advanced sensing, detection and other technologies, the aviation emergency rescue involving UAV can also detect the disaster in real time and send back the data, which has become an indispensable part of the rescue, and shows the great potential and product demand in the emergency rescue market
in the international community, unmanned aerial vehicles have become an important means of emergency rescue under complex meteorological or geographical conditions. In 2015, Malaysia suffered a serious flood, and the country used drones to transport relief supplies to shelters and collect data and information; In 2017, the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) used unmanned aerial vehicles to help firefighters put out a level 4 fire in the Bronx District, and none of the 168 firefighters involved in the rescue died, effectively reducing the loss of the disaster...
in China, the participation of unmanned aerial vehicles in emergency rescue is not a "new thing"
as early as during the Wenchuan earthquake in 2008, due to communication interruption and bad weather conditions, UAV remote sensing aerial photography became the most effective means of rescue at that time. In the face of subsequent emergencies such as the Wenchuan earthquake, UAVs also played an important role before many merchants rushed into the booth to visit and inquire about this bright color
during the Spring Festival transportation in 2019, the "Happy China · operation zero" (hereinafter referred to as "operation zero"), led by the civil aviation emergency rescue alliance of China, gathered 33 general aviation companies, 16 UAV companies, 8 high-tech support units and hundreds of medical institutions to carry out emergency rescue tasks on roads, inland rivers, offshore routes and other open space within the national key prevention and monitoring areas from January 24 to February 10, Beijing Fudi is one of them
it is reported that during the "zero action" period, the company called S16 multi rotor UAV to carry out road reconnaissance in the mission area during the operation of the Beijing Chifeng expressway section on duty. By carrying 30 times high-definition zoom camera, 4K high-definition image transmission and using high-speed special transmission, the situation of the guaranteed section road was transmitted back to the "zero action" command center in real time, so that the command center could fully understand the first-hand situation. At the same time, in order to better buy time for emergency disposal, Fudi has enabled a new plug-in structure UAV, with an assembly take-off time of up to 3 minutes, significantly shortening the rescue response time
the picture shows UAV reconnaissance duty
"Among the various measures for disaster relief and emergency disposal since ancient times, aviation rescue has the advantages of being fast, efficient and less restricted by geographical space. It has become an effective rescue means widely used in many countries in the world, and has formed a relatively complete air rescue system. Under the guidance of the emergency management department, China's air to ground rescue management system is being rapidly practiced and developed." Zhou Huanbo said