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Mobile Incident Response – Drone Use Case

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What is mobile incident response?

Secure facilities always have the possibility of someone trying to unlawfully gain entry. When this happens a response team is required to find the person, intercept them, and remove them from the area. This can be slow and usually requires a lot of manpower. Drones can significantly improve this by arriving on scene faster and sending key information back to the response team.

How does mobile incident response work?

  1. Placed in the back of a car or truck, Skydio's DOCK allows for a Skydio drone to be stored safely and full charged when required.
  2. When the response team head to an incident, the drone can be autonomously deployed and then either flown manually or autonomously.
  3. The drone will capture image data and livestream the incident back to headquarters. This allows for improved situational awareness and decision making.
  4. Once the drone is done it lands on the dock and is stored away to recharge. 

Benefits of using drones

  • Multiple drones can be stored on a single vehicle thanks to the small size of the drone and Skydio DOCK.
  • Situational awareness and responses are improved as you know what's happening before sending more team members out.
  • Improved response time can be achieved as the drone can be sent up before arriving on the scene of the incident, allowing you to track intruders or suspicious characters.

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