Drone experts from around the world hit Brisbane’s shores in August and it’s expected to work marvels for the local drone industry. The inaugural three-day congress kicks off in the river city on Thursday, 31 August, with speakers and delegates from the US, China, Canada and the UK going to attend.
According to a new study, the global commercial UAV market is expected to reach $2.07 billion by 2022. Increasing applications in law enforcement and geo mapping are expected to drive commercial UAV industry growth over the forecast period. Commercial drones are finding applications across various industry verticals globally. Every industrialized country in the world is making investments in drones, thus driving the scope and technological developments for applications in the commercial UAV market.
JTT, regarded as the leader of industrial UAV, has attracted great attention at globe for its successful development in overseas. On 31 July 2017, more than 50 officers from Zanzibar and Lesotho visited JTT Technology, learning insights of the state-of-the-art drone technology and its application in various industries.
During the exhibition, JTT UAV demonstrated its UAV series and also unveiled its new products, T60c, T60 v series, T70 and multi-functional payloads equipment. Little Ripper Life Saver has signed partnership contract with JTT UAV and Shenzhen UAV Association regarding establishing a Drone Pilot Training Academy in Australia.
Drones are becoming an ever-growing commodity around the world, not just for civilians but for law enforcement as well. A North Police force is preparing to deploy drones in its fight against crime and for a range of other operations. The police plan to use the drones for reconnaissance of buildings or places suspected to be used by criminal gangs, to provide footage to help in contingency planning and for searching for missing people. They can also be used when the police helicopter is grounded by bad weather, to help deal with traffic incidents. JTT Surveillance drone T60 is not a flying toy, but an actual helper to police forces. Armed with 1080p HD zoom camera, infrared thermal imager and various other equipment, the T60 can be used to save lives, and keep officers safe. It can find active shooters from the air, much cheaper and more discreetly than using helicopters, and it is also extremely useful in Search and Rescue operations where you might be looking for missing people, kids in the woods or wilderness, etc.
JTT Technology gave a speech in Japan Drone Seminar Japan drone is the only international exhibition and conference, featuring drones and its market. All the experts from Japan, China, America and France exchanged at Japan Drone, discussed the future of drone market, state-of-the-art technology, and industrial applications. This international session invited Top drones companies including DJI, Precision Hawk, Delair-Tech, and JTT Technology to give speeches.
drone technology continues to bloom within the public-safety sector, firefighting agencies have especially found UAV tech beneficial in battling blazes. Steve Richards, A firefight service’s station manager, has been trained as a drone pilot and says drones will save lives.
Since 2003, Morocco has been adopting a pre-emptive strike policy against the terrorist groups. Morocco doesn’t want to be involved in supplying any region with terrorist fighters because it is itself a victim of that. In the past 3 years, only 3 terrorist incidents happened. There is no doubt that Morocco has taken a lot of effective anti-terrorism measures to keep the national security and social stability, including using drones to patrol the border and detect bombs. Border Patrol has already started using a few drones to watch the Morocco border. Should they detect any movement or human activity, the drones alert CBP teams to survey the scene and determine if a bomb occurred or if medical care is needed. In previous plans, cameras were affixed to 80-foot poles, transmitting views of remote border sections. Towers attached to flatbed trucks were mobile but limited in their capabilities. Unmanned drones offer similar benefits, but add greater versatility. It takes time to expand capabilities through technology. JTT UAV, a Chinese hi-tech company that provides professional CBP drone solutions, was recently invited to enhance the Morocco border security.
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