BOS
21.5.2024
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Drones as first aiders: A game changer in police services

With rapid advances in technology, drones are now being used as first aiders in emergencies. This pioneering initiative is being implemented in New York City, where American drones have the ability to respond semi-autonomously to firearm detections, priority calls, and ongoing emergency calls for use.

The drones, controlled by remote pilots at One Police Plaza | Joint Operations Center | ROC, can deliver live video streams to operational officers, providing decisive situational awareness and real-time intelligence. This innovative approach aims to improve public safety and optimize police measures by providing a bird's eye view of incidents.

Critics may question the use of drones in police services and cite cost concerns and data protection issues. Compared to traditional helicopters, which use thousands of dollars to fly for one hour, drones offer a cost-effective solution. In addition, strict guidelines and transparent reporting on flight data ensure accountability and protection of data protection rights.

The implementation of drones as first aiders marks a significant milestone in the modernization of police practice in New York City. This pioneering approach uses technology to fundamentally change how law enforcement works and paves the way for more efficient and effective emergency operations.

When we look to the future, we can only imagine the opportunities that drones offer for police services. This pioneering initiative is just the beginning of a new era in public safety, where drones play an important role in ensuring community wellbeing and improving police skill games.

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