Drone as First Responders (DFR): The Future of Emergency Response
Drone as First Responders (DFR) refers to using drones, also called unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), to provide rapid service in emergencies, meaning they are the first to arrive at the location and provide assistance. Traditional first responders may take longer, especially in sites with difficult access. Drones can quickly and efficiently survey the area, provide information to emergency responders, and even perform specific tasks, such as delivering medical supplies or dropping water on a fire. Using drones as first responders can help save lives and reduce the impact of emergencies by providing immediate assistance and information. By being equipped with specialized sensors and tools, drones can provide real-time data to help emergency responders make informed decisions and allocate resources more effectively.
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