Clark School Researchers are Testing Drones for Public Safety Use

Clark School Researchers are Testing Drones for Public Safety Use

Clark School Researchers are Testing Drones for Public Safety Use

From the Capital News Service:

Researchers from the University of Maryland Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Test Site are looking into the public safety uses for UAS, commonly called "drones." After simulating a medical delivery across the Chesapeake Bay this summer, the researchers tested an aircraft that drops a life vest at a safety conference in Laurel, Md.

Watch the video below:

October 6, 2016


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