First responders rely on unmanned aircraft to save lives and property

NORMAN, Okla., 26 March 2013. Representatives of the Oklahoma State Fire Marshall’s office provided several examples of situations in which unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) have saved people, property, and money, describes Chief John Hansen during the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Summit hosted by the Unmanned Systems Alliance of Oklahoma (USA-OK).   

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