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Survey: How does your fire department utilize drones?

Please take a few minutes to answer our survey questions, which will help us capture how your department is using drones


By FireRescue1 Staff

The use of drones, or unmanned aircraft systems, is becoming more routine for departments around the world.

In Arizona, Mesa Fire is using drones to assist during search and rescue operations, respond to structural and commercial fires, and more. In L.A., LAFD crews recently deployed two drones for the first time while they battled the Skirball wildfire. There are many more examples of how fire departments are using drone technology to assist with everyday tasks and calls.

There are many examples of how departments are using drone technology to assist with everyday tasks and calls. (AP Photo)
There are many examples of how departments are using drone technology to assist with everyday tasks and calls. (AP Photo)

Please take a few minutes to answer our survey questions, which will help us capture how your department is using drones, what you'd like to use drones for and the barriers that might be preventing your department from getting or using drones. We'll use your answers to guide our coverage and provide the resources you need for UAS implementation.

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