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Drone for Mine Rescuers Engineered in St. Petersburg
9.02.2018 21:51
Drone for Mine Rescuers Engineered in St. Petersburg

The UAV will help coordinate the work of rescuers, as well as deliver medicines to the victims.


      Petersburg engineers from the TechnoStandard company have developed the prototype of a special design UAV for working in the mountainous area. The device will help, in particular, to confirm the fact of emergency, ensure the coordination of the rescue teams’ activities and deliver drugs to the victims.  


“The difference between our vehicle and other drones lies in its stability under the conditions of large-scale turbulence. The helicopters can operate at the altitudes of no more than 4500 m and approach the mountains no closer than 900 m; it is prohibited by flight rules to get closer. Our drone can work at the altitude of not less than 6500 m and at the distance of 100 m from the slope, that is where help is wanted most often”, - the project manager Andrei Ushakov with PhD in Technical Sciences , told to TASS.


Author: Vera Ivanova


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