We are very pleased to announce our partnership with UAV Vision to be a US distributor of their Sensors. We will be able to provide live demonstrations of this equipment from our aircraft. Further details can be found at UAVVision.com
At 1922 hrs this evening the ranks of Sentinel Air increased by one, baby Lilly was born. My business partner is now the father of two beautiful girls. Mother and baby doing well !
Sentinel Air LLC and disaster tech lab article
Recognising the potential of airborne platforms during disaster response Sentinel Air and Disaster Tech Lab have entered into a partnership. UAV’s and other airborne platforms are currently all the rage in the disaster response world. While the most common use is for video recording and monitoring DTL (Disaster Tech Lab) saw the potential for an airborne wireless sensor platform. A device that mounted on a small plane, could be flown over a disaster zone to detect and geolocate signals emitted by mobile phones (WiFi and or cellular signals). These locations could indicate people trapped in rubble or in flooded houses. By providing this data in real-time to first responders such as fire brigades or ambulance services the time needed to locate victims will be drastically reduced. Another application would be to map which wireless communications networks are still up and running after a disaster. This is something which DTL has been doing since their response to superstorm Sandy in November 2012.
Eagle 360 by Airborne Systems. Perfect wide Area search system for Sentinel Air ! Working closely with the manufacturer we have elected to fit this system to our aircraft ASAP. Adding a wide area search capability this equipment will record everything happening around the aircraft and is able to record it all in glorious 1080p resolution. For us the cream on the cake was the ability to then Geo Reference that video. Studying it in such a manner is efficient use of the intelligence this equipment provides. Whether we are searching for lost people on SAR missions or the bad guys !