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West Midlands Fire Service employs Unmanned Aerial Systems to protect responders

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West Midlands Fire Service employs Unmanned Aerial Systems

The West Midlands Fire Service is already using unmanned aerial systems for a variety of tasks. These include large scale fires, wide area search, incidents involving hazardous materials and assessing key sites.

West Midlands Fire Service Station Commander Andy Cashmore told us what they are using their system for and their hopes for the future.

You can download the West Midlands Fire Service case study and others here

West Midlands Fire Service is the second largest Fire Service in the UK and Wales.

The case studies have been collected as part of The Commercial UAV show. The conference and exhibition features industry keynotes, case studies, and product presentations that will let visitors learn about the enormous potential of UAV technology.

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