Lufthansa Subsidiary to Use Drones for Marine Search and Rescue


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Draganfly Inc. President and CEO Cameron Chell introduced that the corporate entered right into a letter of intent with IT service supplier and Lufthansa Group subsidiary Lufthansa Business Options.

The collaboration plans to make use of Draganfly’s drones and know-how for Lufthansa Business Options’ current infrastructure and buyer options. 

Lufthansa Business Options will use Draganfly’s drones for marine search and rescue operations and reconnaissance. 

The high-endurance, multirotor search and rescue drones use optical and infrared imaging options to map areas, measure core vitals and find survivors.

The reconnaissance drones examine cargo and potential hazards on the water. 

Lufthansa Business Options will even combine Draganfly’s Very important Intelligence know-how into its Synthetic Intelligence as a Service platform, which assists companies with digital transformation. The Draganfly software program makes use of video feeds from RGB cameras to calculate biometric information and share well being insights and human expertise. 



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