Autel Drones' enterprise drones are extremely dynamic, making significant contributions to commercial applications and public safety. Drones for public safety can be used in a variety of emergencies to help first responders quickly deploy and implement solutions.
Our drones are used by police and first responders across the country. To further help them prepare for emergencies, Autel Drones will participate in the Unmanned Tactical Applications Conference for four days of intensive training. This session features scenarios designed to teach first responders how to use their unmanned systems in the most demanding environments.
What is UTAC?
UTAC is the premier annual training event for unmanned systems, robotics and technology, offering fully immersive real-world scenarios where attendees can identify, operate and evaluate state-of-the-art operational technologies.
UTAC offers a complete training environment including four days of real-world scenarios, demonstrations, technology demonstrations and hands-on driving courses in unmanned aerial, maritime and ground systems, and other advanced technologies. Learn with industry leaders from institutions around the world in a one-of-a-kind hyper-real training environment.
When: October 25-28, 2022
Autel Drones for public safety will work on critical incident debriefing of real UAS deployments, risk mitigation for UAS teams, using drone systems in drug investigations, using UAS to execute search warrants, out-of-the-box UAS apps, how it works for you The UAS program establishes legitimacy. Police-type UAVs will greatly improve the security of personnel personal safety, rapid reconnaissance, and improve risk early warning.
Autel Drones will showcase its mission-proven UAVs at UTAC, including the updated EVO II V3 and Tilt-Rotor Arowana series. Don't miss out on live flight demonstrations, hands-on training and the opportunity to speak with our experts.
In the words of the UTAC team, "As an attendee, you are not just an observer - you are an active participant. Experience a week of valuable learning and hands-on technical application. UTAC is built on three components: tactics, training and network."
Training scenarios will include SWAT team operations, disaster response, and more using a variety of air, ground, and maritime UAS.
Autel drones are already used by police, search and rescue teams and disaster relief organizations around the world. Real drones facilitate better decision making for public safety, and we look forward to showing frontline operators how to get the most out of our drones.
We're proud that the world's first responders trust our drones to make their jobs easier and safer. Drones can perform community service for public safety and provide comprehensive drone training.