China vigorously develops aviation emergency rescue drones

Xinhua News Agency reported that disaster early warning, aerial remote sensing, forest fire fighting, maritime search and rescue, power grid inspection and monitoring... With the accelerated development of China's drone industry, aviation emergency rescue drones have increasingly become an important force in China

At the 2020 Fourth World UAV Conference and the 2020 UAV (Emergency) Practical Application Summit Forum held in Shenzhen recently, a large number of UAVs that can be used for emergency rescue have appeared. Experts said that in the future UAVs will Promote and improve the construction and development of China's aviation emergency rescue system.

According to Li Ruikun, director of the China Fire Equipment Quality Supervision and Inspection Center, the Chinese firefighting forces are facing increasingly complex fire fighting and emergency rescue situations. At this stage, the common functions of drones in the firefighting field have certain limitations, and they need to be gradually combined with practice. perfect.

With breakthroughs in new technologies such as big data, Internet of Things, cloud computing, new energy, new materials, and artificial intelligence, the fire UAV system is becoming more mature and will better achieve scientific fire fighting and rescue.

 "At this stage, we are carrying out product tests of hybrid fixed-wing, helicopters and other power sources, fuel power, tethered power supply and other power sources. In the future, we will continue to improve test conditions and capabilities in conjunction with standard formulation, so as to ensure the quality of products for firefighters. ." Li Ruikun said.

Nie Sun, deputy director of the South China Sea Rescue Bureau of the Ministry of Transport, introduced the use of drones in the ocean. "For example, to search for and locate ships and missing persons at sea; to confirm the quality and area of pollutants appearing on the sea; to deliver early life-saving equipment and food to people in distress at sea. UAVs can all play a huge role. ." Nie Sun said.

It is understood that under the guidance of China Work Safety Emergency Rescue Center, China Disaster Reduction Center, China Early Warning Information Release Center, and China Earthquake Disaster Prevention Center, this forum is organized by 11 societies including China Civil Aviation Emergency Rescue Alliance and Guangdong Southern Emergency Management Research Institute. Organized by the group organization and the research institute. More than 200 representatives from relevant national ministries and commissions, emergency management departments of provincial and municipal governments, as well as scientific research institutions, universities, drone companies, and training institutions attended the meeting.

Baby shark for aviation emergency rescue drones

aviation emergency rescue drones

Baby shark VTOL is a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft is one that can hover, take off, and land vertically. This classification can include a variety of types of aircraft including fixed-wing aircraft as well as helicopters and other aircraft with powered rotors, such as cyclogyros/cyclocopters and tiltrotors.[1] Some VTOL aircraft can operate in other modes as well, such as CTOL (conventional take-off and landing), STOL (short take-off and landing), and/or STOVL (short take-off and vertical landing). Others, such as some helicopters, can only operate by VTOL, due to the aircraft lacking landing gear that can handle horizontal motion. VTOL is a subset of V/STOL (vertical and/or short take-off and landing). Some lighter-than-air aircraft also qualify as VTOL aircraft, as they can hover, takeoff, and land with vertical approach/departure profiles. Electric and hybrid-electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft eVTOL is a technology being used in the quest for fully autonomous passenger air vehicles (PAV). Besides the ubiquitous helicopter, there are currently two types of VTOL aircraft in military service: craft using a tiltrotor, such as the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey, and another using directed jet thrust, such as the Harrier family and new F-35B Lightning II Joint strike Fighter (JSF). In the civilian sector currently only helicopters are in general use (some other types of commercial VTOL aircraft have been proposed and are under development as of 2017). Generally speaking, VTOL aircraft capable of STOVL use it wherever possible, since it typically significantly increases takeoff weight, range or payload compared to pure VTOL.

KIT frame material: carbon fiber Composites
Wingspan: 2.5m
Frame Weight: 2.68kg
Total Weight: 5.5kg(without battery)
Max Take-off Weight: 12kg
Max Payload: 6.5kg(including battery)
Max Flight Time: 2.5 hours
Max Speed: 100km/h

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Autopilot: Pixhawk 2.1 cube
T-motor V505-S KV260 4
T-motor FLAME 60A ESC 4
P16 5.4 Tmotor Carbon Fiber Propeller CW&CCW 4
T-motor AT4120 KV500 1
6s Hobbywing 120A ESC 1
15×8 Wooden Propeller CW 1
X10 Mini Servo 4