Automate search grids using one or more drones to relay live video feeds back to your command and control stations. Cover more ground, faster, and more cost-effectively than current Search and Rescue methods.
“Time is of the utmost essence. If that person is bleeding out in the bush, or over on the lake, or they are drowning or whatever the scenario is, we need to get there as quickly as possible and drones will do that” Gord Tessier, Director of Research and Development with the Civil Air Search and Rescue discussing search and rescue times for cbc news.
Flying 75 minutes, TriStar drones can hover longer and cover more ground than any other drone on the market to provide life-saving actionable aerial intelligence.
Automated Search Grids
Use one or more drones and deploy them in a preplanned search grid. Allows Search and Rescue Commanders to cover more ground faster than ever before. Stream live video of the search to pilots and use artificial intelligence to automatically detect people.
See Into Hard to Reach Areas
Quickly deploy our light, portable drone to see around cliffs without risking the lives of Search and Rescue personnel.
Get thermal and multispectral camera footage from our drone hovering over elevated landscapes to quickly locate and identify missing people.
Get thermal and multispectral camera footage from our drone taking off from ports or ships at sea. Cover large areas to quickly locate castaways.
Gain a visual feed of large disaster areas to help your commanders make informed decisions. With our drone’s live stream, direct ground teams and communicate the situation to off-site stakeholders faster and more efficiently than with current methods.