Securing the intervention
Aerial observation of the intervention scene allows the emergency services to identify risk zones or the dangers inherent in the zone. Carrying out an identification phase a few minutes before the launch of the rescue mission means therefore that the safety of all the operators present is strengthened.
By using ANAFI as a means of intelligence and observation, priority operations zones can be identified and alongside this the stages of the operation can be prioritised. When people are evacuated, the optical sensors can also support the emergency services in identifying safe areas to transport them to.
During population movements and migrations, ANAFI is able to identify high-risk movements and situations, which may require a rescue team to be dispatched.
Protecting response teams
By identifying the risk zones of the intervention, the rescue operation can be calibrated so that the safety of the responders is strengthened.
Access zones can therefore be identified, allowing them to reach the disaster-stricken area and the injured more quickly and more safely. The visual support provided by ANAFI has demonstrated real added value in post-natural disaster operations.
Optical sensors and aerial photography is used to identify the presence of suspects, and locate and follow them.
The thermal sensor can be particularly useful in this regard, especially when the visual field is congested and it disadvantages detection in the visible.
It also provides crucial information to the intervention teams, therefore enabling them to apprehend the suspects without putting themselves in danger.
Identifying entry points
The manoeuvrability of ANAFI and the options for tilting its camera enable it to locate entry points to a building or infrastructure. This benefit is clear both for rescue missions, in order to gain rapid access to the wounded and avoid congested access points, but also for police forces since they can gain an understanding of a situation more quickly and discreetly.
ANAFI can carry out missions without an external data connection and the user can manage its data storage himself. There is no risk of sensitive information leaking to foreign servers.
This is of particular benefit to police missions, which often take place in sensitive or critical areas.