The best emerging technology for First Responders is the drone.
Any new industry has a vocabulary all its own. You need to understand the models, features, and options available to serve your needs. UDT will be your expert so you can stay focused on what's important. In the end, drones are another tool to help you work to the best of your abilities. We will make sure you get the right tool, the proper training, and great support so your drone becomes an integral part of your toolbox.
Researching and selecting the drones for your organization can be a daunting task. What can you get for your budget? What features are must-haves and what are really-wants? How will the training work? Do I need more server storage to keep the videos? What are the laws and common practices in working with drones?
We at United Drone Technolgy specialize in everything from 'Hey. We could really use a drone or two in our departments.' to 'I can't imagine not having them available as the perfect tool for so many events!' Here is a list of all of our drones, what each of them do (and don't do), and why you might want one over another one.
If this is more time than you're willing to invest, just call us and we can come to you and walk you through the drone and options selection process. Let's get started!
MAVIC 2 ZOOM
The Mavic 2 Pro Zoom is a great starter drone. It is compact, easy to use, and is ready to fly at a moment's notice. It can fly up to 45 mph in ideal conditions, and stay up for about a half hour, whether flying or hovering. It has good camera stabilization. Click here for full specs. But be warned, they're pretty dry.
Speed: Up to 72 kph
Flight Distance: Up to 18 km
Flight Time: Up to 31 Mminutes
Hover Time: Up to 29 minutes
Camera: 12 mp still, 4K @ 30 fps
Zoom: 2x optical - camera
4x lossless - digital
Powered by a 1/2.3-inch 12-megapixel sensor with up to 4x zoom, including a 2x optical zoom (24–48 mm), 4 the Mavic 2 Zoom is all about dynamic perspectives.
When shooting Full HD video, 4x lossless zoom (including 2x optical zoom) gives you a closer view of faraway subjects, making scenes more accessible to capture at a distance. This option also helps you maintain a safer distance from buildings, vehicles, animals, and people.