‘Sensory-based’ drones to replace helicopters in emergency response

The idea of drones delivering aid to remote areas may seem futuristic, but the technology is already here.

Sensors in the form of cameras and ultrasonic sensors are used to pinpoint objects in the sky and pinpoint their location.

The technology could be used to help quickly locate an injured child or the missing person of a missing person.

Drones are also becoming an essential part of a fleet of helicopters, which often can’t find their way around mountains and valleys.

While a drone is not a replacement for a helicopter, the ability to use drones for disaster response and search-and-rescue could make them invaluable for such missions.

“We have the technology to be able to make an autonomous helicopter that could go around an obstacle,” said Tom Brander, chief technology officer at Trublu, a logistics company in Houston.

Brander and his team are using drones to help find the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.

On April 16, Malaysia’s military said it had found the aircraft’s black box.

However, they later clarified that they found nothing that indicated a deliberate act by the plane.

When asked about the use of drones to search for MH370, Malaysia Airlines spokesman Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said the plane’s disappearance was still under investigation.

What’s in a name?

Trublu uses the word “sensory” to describe the way a drone can detect objects in its field of view.

For example, a camera can pick up objects that are bright or dark, or it can look up and down at objects that might be nearby.

In this case, the company uses sensors and cameras to determine if an object in its view is moving or not.

TracLube is the first company to use the word ‘sensorial’ to describe its products.

The company’s new products are able to pick up on objects in a lot more detail. “

It’s a little bit more technical than that.” 

The company’s new products are able to pick up on objects in a lot more detail.

The company has already developed a “mesh camera” that can identify objects at a distance of more than 20 meters. 

TracLink has also developed a camera that can detect the movement of an object at a depth of up to 500 meters.

The camera can also detect objects moving at up to 40 kilometers per hour. 

“If you’ve got the right sensor, you can see the shape of an obstacle, the position of an item, and even where the object is in relation to other objects,” said Brander. 

When a drone lands on an object, the drone uses its sensors to measure its distance to the object.

It can then use the sensor data to identify objects that can be tracked with the help of its sensors. 

The sensor data is then used to send the data to the operator of the drone, who can then see it.

Traclube uses a number of different technologies to make its drones, including the ability for the drones to communicate with each other via Bluetooth.

This means that the drones can be operated autonomously and have no human interaction, Brander said.

TrubLu uses a sensor network called TracLink to provide the drones with location information.

Using Traclink and its other sensors, the drones will be able locate objects within 100 meters.