Monitor fire scenes and detect hotspots from an aerial vantage point with Skydio X2E’s FLIR Boson thermal camera.
Skydio drones are able to search down low and in obstacle rich environments thanks to true 360º obstacle avoidance.
Keep your responders out of harm's way while flying up close and indoors to read gauges, identify placards, and inspect objects.
Reduce your time to capture and increase the accuracy of your fire or disaster scene documentation using Skydio 3D Scan.
Response teams can only gather so much information about the scene through a traditional boots on the ground approach.
Manual drones have proved valuable for aiding emergency response efforts, but require many hours of pilot training and lack advanced built-in safety features.
Watch “The Fire” to see how Skydio Autonomy can be used to improve fire response tactics, allowing the pilot to smoothly navigate obstacle-rich environments and adjust their vantage point to keep eyes on the scene.
Close Proximity Obstacle Avoidance allows us to fly our aircraft into tight, complex environments without giving up the safety that normally comes with flying Skydios. We are excited to use it for search and rescue missions”
Captain, UAV Program Manager
“...The Skydio drones will help our teams gain situational awareness from an aerial view, while being equipped with advanced safety features that protect both our community and firefighters, and enable our new pilots to fly confidently.”
Chief, Phoenix Fire
This model was captured autonomously by Skydio 2 with 3D Scan to document a mock helicopter crash scene, which was then processed in Bentley to generate the 3D model. The model required 542 photos at a 1.25 mm GSD and was captured in 43 minutes flight time.