New York City police will start using drones all DJI
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original title: New York City police will start using drones all DJI
[China] the New York Police Department has launched a new drone project, This is the first unmanned aerial vehicle project since the end of the unmanned aerial vehicle flight project in 2011. The Department said that they would use these 14 UAVs to perform search and rescue missions, record crime scenes, deal with dangerous goods accidents, hold concerts, hostage taking and other large-scale activities
New York police department chief James O'Neill said in a statement: "as the largest municipal police department in the United States, the New York police department must always be willing to take advantage of the benefits of constantly improving new technologies. Our new (unmanned aerial vehicle system) The plan is part of this change, which enables our well-trained police to respond more to the people we serve, and to perform the key work of the New York police department in a more efficient and safer way for everyone. "
the New York Police Department currently has three types of UAVs. There is one DJI inspire 1, which will be used for training and testing, two DJI M210 RTK UAVs and 11 DJI mavic pros for "tactical operations"
as for what they will not use drones for, the New York Police Department said that unacceptable uses include routine patrol, traffic law enforcement, fixed vehicles or suspects, use as or equipped with weapons, and unauthorized search. The Department added that the passive frame should be adjusted to the horizontal position through the alignment device on the boom, saying that the system needs to be reset. The only official approved to use the UAV is the member of the technical assistance response team who has received UAV equipment training
many police forces in the United States and abroad have begun to use drones. Last year, New York City firefighters deployed the drone in the fire response for the first time after testing the drone for several monthsDonovan Richards, a member of the City Council, said that the New York City Police Department had sought advice from the public safety committee of the City Council and the New York Civil Liberties Union, but he was interested in the legislation on privacy protection for the use of drones by relevant departments. He said that in the future, with the further promotion of the development line of low-carbon economy, "what we want to avoid is task deviation. From the use of drones for traffic, drones will be used for monitoring before you realize it
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