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  • Drone use for public safety increases as technology evolves

    As drones become more readily available, first responders have become more interested in using them for public safety. Here Chris Keon, CEO and cofounder of Synergistic Solutions International, a Raleigh-based drone company, talks about simulated public safety exercises, including a mock search and rescue mission, that his company participated in last week using DJI's new Matrice 200 series drones.

As drones become more readily available, first responders have become more interested in using them for public safety. Here Chris Keon, CEO and cofounder of Synergistic Solutions International, a Raleigh-based drone company, talks about simulated public safety exercises, including a mock search and rescue mission, that his company participated in last week using DJI's new Matrice 200 series drones. Kathryn Trodgon, Drone footage by DJI newsobserver.com
As drones become more readily available, first responders have become more interested in using them for public safety. Here Chris Keon, CEO and cofounder of Synergistic Solutions International, a Raleigh-based drone company, talks about simulated public safety exercises, including a mock search and rescue mission, that his company participated in last week using DJI's new Matrice 200 series drones. Kathryn Trodgon, Drone footage by DJI newsobserver.com

Law enforcement officials look to drones as way to improve public safety

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