By AMELIA HEATHMAN
Drones are being adapted to search for life in burning buildings – here’s how it’s done
Drones are a controversial tech gadget to say the least.
They can pose a risk to aircraft, cause potential privacy issues, and are being used to smuggle contraband into prisons.
Despite their bad reputation, a lot of research is being put into the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) within emergency missions.
“We needed to go up into the air, in confined spaces, and drones were the logical way to do it,” he tells the Standard.
Here’s what you need to know about how drones can be used in rescue missions.
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