The purpose of this on-demand webinar is to discuss Skydio’s background serving first responders, how Autonomy revolutionizes public safety operations, and Skydio solutions and their practical applications.
Drones have become valuable situational awareness tools for first responders completing search and rescue, hostile situation de-escalation, and a host of other missions. However, manually piloted drones still require heavy training and impose a high cognitive load on first responders that should be otherwise focused on the mission at hand. View our on-demand webinar to learn why Skydio S2 and Skydio X2 represent the next step in the evolution of UAS, and ultimately why 11% of first responder fleets trust Skydio drones.
Our featured guest was Austin Worcester, Senior Program Manager for sUAS at the Civil Air Patrol, where he is responsible for leading and administering the largest public safety/emergency services sUAS operation in the world. This program encompasses all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the USVI. It includes CAP’s 66,000+ Cadets, Airmen, NCOs, and Officers.
The webinar featured Fritz Reber, a former Captain of the Chula Vista Police Department, where he served as UAS Commander and developed the agency’s internationally recognized Drone-as-First-Responder (DFR) program in partnership with the FAA’s San Diego Drone Integration Pilot Program (IPP).
The webinar was hosted by Guillaume Delepine, a current Skydio Product Marketing Manager and former Public Safety Lead and Enterprise Strategy Manager. Guillaume holds an AB in Public Policy from Princeton University and took leave of his MBA at Harvard Business School to join Skydio.
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