The first hours after a disaster are critical in order to provide care for survivors, so the conceptual 'B Drone' has been designed as a solution to help do so in an autonomous manner. Designed by Sohn JeongHwan, the drone is intended to be used within the first 72 hours after an emergency to quickly and effectively locate survivors using advanced, airborne technology. The larger drone unit is integrated with four smaller units that will gain access to tighter spaces to quickly locate all of the survivors in an area, thus increasing their chance of survival.
The conceptual 'B Drone' is part of the larger shift towards drone technology and identifies the ways in which modern technology will likely shape our first response services going forward.
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The Conceptual 'B Drone' Helps Survivors Quickly After a Disaster
- By: Michael HemsworthOct 28, 2018