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  1. POLICE UAV DRONES

    POLICE UAV DRONES Remote Aerial Platform Tactical Reconnaissance Police UAV Drones Shenzhen JTT Technology Co., Ltd. is a leader in remotely piloted military, first responders and police UAV Drones. Shenzhen JTT Technology Co., Ltd. strives to ensure that our platforms include the most sophisticated features, are manufactured to be durable and the easiest to use systems on the market. additionally, Shenzhen JTT Technology Co., Ltd. strives for innovative power cell technology with improved power, performance, longevity and superior weight standards for our police fire rescue UAV drones. Why purchase small drones instead of larger, more commonly used helicopters? - Unmanned aircraft technology provides an alternative to traditional aviation for law enforcement agencies. Unmanned or remotely piloted aircraft are much cheaper to own and operate than traditional fixed-wing planes and helicopters. although our small helicopters look similar to hobby aircraft, they are equipped with more sophisticated navigation and communication equipment that allows for safer and more reliable operations. JTT Surveillance Police UAV drones are perfect for: Tactical Operations Fire Investigations & Assessments Criminal Pursuit Search & Rescue Operations Crowd Control Emergency Response Traffic Investigations Forensics CBRNE - Chemical, Biological, Radioactive, Nuclear and Explosives Border Patrol Aerial Policeman GPS & Mapping Applications Accident Investigations Traffic Management SWAT Explosive Disposal Unit Emergency Response Team Hazardous Material Operations Crime Scene Investigation Gathering Evidence Gunfire Rescue of Civilians Conservation Enforcement VIP Protection Training of Police Forces Search and Rescue Criminal Intelligence Disaster Response Prevention of Attacks Surveillance Missions Narcotics Investigations Chemical Biological Agent Detection Suspect and Vehicle Tracking Our Products are Used By: Morocco Royal Police Dept Australia rescue association Tailand Royal Police Dept Guangzhou Military and many others More information, Welcome to visit the website: WWW.jttuav.com . Contact Information: Shenzhen JTT Technology Co., Ltd. Tel:+86-755-86968648 ext 8066 Fax:+86-755-86968648-8094 Mobile:13798442062 Email: sdos10@jttuav.com Web: http://www.jttuav.com Add: 6F,A5 Building,Nanshan i Park, No.1001 Xueyuan Avenue,
  2. Traffic management solutions for drones in Singapore's airspace With Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or drones gaining popularity globally for commercial, recreational and industry purposes, hundreds of UAVs may soon be buzzing all over Singapore. The lower cost of drones and rising demand for commercial drone services have already led to a boom in the number of drones taking to the skies in Singapore. With Singapore's limited airspace and dense population, the need for an aerial traffic management system to allow drones to fly safely has become more urgent. Researchers at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) are studying ways to allow hundreds of UAVs to fly efficiently and safely at any one time. The aim is to develop a traffic management system for UAVs consisting designated air-lanes and blocks, similar to how cars on the roads have traffic lights and lanes. Advanced technologies that will be developed include smart and safe routing, detect- and-avoid systems, and traffic management to coordinate air traffic. Named Traffic Management of Unmanned Aircraft Systems, this initiative is spearheaded by NTU's Air Traffic Management Research Institute (ATMRI). ATMRI is a joint research centre by NTU and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). It aims to research and develop air traffic management solutions for Singapore and the Asia Pacific region, including UAV traffic management which is one of its key programmes. Leading the research programme are NTU Professor Low Kin Huat, an expert in robotics and UAVs from the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and ATMRI Senior Research Fellow, Mr Mohamed Faisal Bin Mohamed Salleh. Prof Low said it is important to develop a traffic management solution for UAVs tailored to actual challenges faced by Singapore given the huge growth of UAV traffic expected over the next decade. "At NTU, we have already demonstrated viable technologies such as UAV convoys, formation flying and logistics, which will soon become mainstream," explained Prof Low. "This new traffic management project will test some of the new concepts developed with the aim of achieving safe and efficient drone traffic in our urban airways." "The implications of the project will have far reaching consequences, as we are developing ways for seamless travel of unmanned aircrafts for different purposes without compromising safety, which is of paramount importance." Professor Louis Phee, Chair of NTU's School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, said the UAV research at NTU is a natural progression, with the school's deep expertise in autonomous vehicles and robotics developed over the last decade. "This research will pave the way for appropriate rules and regulations to be implemented amidst the rapid growth of UAVs. The findings can help improve safety and address security concerns, which are especially important given today's climate of uncertainty." Coordinating centres to track airborne drones To ensure that traffic is regulated across the whole of Singapore, a possible solution is the establishment of coordinating stations for UAV traffic. These stations can then track all the UAVs that are in the air, schedule the traffic flow, monitor their speeds and ensure a safe separation between the UAVs. Mr Faisal, the co-investigator of the programme, said various scenarios will be tested out using computer simulations and software to optimise UAV traffic routes, so as to minimise traffic congestions. "We will also look into proposing safety standards, for instance how high UAVs should fly and how far they should be flying above buildings, taking privacy concerns and laws into consideration, and to suggest recommended actions during contingencies," said Mr Faisal, who is also Deputy Director at ATMRI. One proposed strategy is to use the current infrastructure such as open fields for take-off and landing and having UAVs fly above buildings and HDB flats, which can act as emergency landing sites to minimise risk to the public. Key technologies Currently, restricted airspace and zones where UAV operations are prohibited have already been identified, such as near airports and military facilities. The researchers will test out several concepts, such as geofencing. The idea is to set up virtual fences where UAVs can be automatically routed around a restricted geographical location such as the airport. Another important research area will be collision detection. UAVs will need to have sensors that enable detection and avoidance of collision with another UAV. This will allow UAVs to follow a set of actions to avoid any mid-air incidents, such as flying above, below, or around other UAVs. This multidisciplinary research initiative will bring together faculty and researchers from different fields in NTU, from aerospace engineering and air traffic management to robotics and electronic engineering. Spanning a period of four years, the project which will also tap on industry experts, is expected to complete its initial phase of conceptual design and software simulation by end 2017. This is followed by actual test bedding of solutions using UAVs developed by NTU that can be used for relevant applications in 2018. Share from https://phys.org/news/2016-12-traffic-solutions-drones-singapore-airspace.html Shenzhen JTT Technology Co.,ltd Tel:+86-755-86968648 ext 8066 Fax:+86-755-86968648-8094 Mobile:13798442062 Email: sdos10@jttuav.com Web:http://www.jttuav.com Add: 6F,A5 Building,Nanshan i Park, No.1001 Xueyuan Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong P.R.C Cooperation for Symbiotic and Innovation for the future
  3. Australia rescue club try out drones to patrol beaches Australia rescue club controls JTT drone T60 v1 equipped with a special payload which is combined with a HD camera, a loud-speaker, a search light and a release platform to carry the rescue equipment for surveillance and rescue tasks in Golden Coast beach, March 3th, 2017. Australia rescue association have started using drones to help patrol some of the country's most popular beaches at a time when tourist arrivals are reaching record highs. Rescue association in Golden coast, rolled out the technology in the beginning of last year, using the special payload on the light unmanned aircraft to detect swimmers in trouble or boats that may need help. They said the drone - first used in golden coast though other resorts are now launching the aerial surveillance tool - had let them quickly verify situations flagged up by the public. "We have two purposes for the drone: preventative surveillance, where we fly it four times a day, and on-the-spot surveillance where if there's a problem we will fly it to check it out," says Eddie Bennet, the CEO from Ripper group in charge of the rescue working on golden coast beach. The number of foreign tourists arriving in Australia rose nearly 12 percent in the first six months of the year over the same period in 2016 as the open policy. The disabled pilot controls JTT T60 v1 for the daily surveillance and rescue task Drones have already been used by authorities elsewhere too as a means of ensuring bather safety, including in areas known for shark attacks. In the public security field, the relative governments realized that we have to use new technology to increase the efficiency and keep the safety. So JTT drones are widely used in daily surveillance, search and rescue, anti-terrorism, traffic management, fire rescue, mapping, environmental monitoring and so on. For more information, Welcome to visit the website: www.jttuav.com . Shenzhen JTT Technology Co.,ltd Tel:+86-755-86968648 ext 8066 Fax:+86-755-86968648-8094 Mobile:13798442062 Email: sdos10@jttuav.com Web:http://www.jttuav.com Add: 6F,A5 Building,Nanshan i Park, No.1001 Xueyuan Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong P.R.C Cooperation for Symbiotic and Innovation for the future
  4. The applications by JTT drone in Australia for surveillance and sea rescue PRESS RELEASE UPDATED: MAR 20, 2017 Shenzhen, China, March 20, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Technology development is the most important force driving mankind forward. As great high-tech innovations are changing people's lives, the drone industry is booming than ever before. Among them, JTT UAV is a dark horse that the drone industry should not ignore. JTT Technology was the first Chinese partner to work with Little Ripper, an Australian life- saving organization. Its T60 industrial drone left a great impression for its long battery life working hour, large payload capability and stable performance in patrolling or do the daily surveillance over the Australian coast . JTT T60 industrial drone is capable of real-time monitoring, shark detection, search and rescue people who are in danger, and deliver aid package and life buoy to them. The vice president of JTT Technology, Li Xia paid her second visit to Little Ripper. In this visit, she unveiled a new emergency commander platform solution. Compared to former wireless transform system, T60 embedded with 4G modules can transfer images and videos at anytime anywhere, and send back to commander platform where you could get a bird's eye view from each area, make a better decision, and react faster to accident side. This revisit has furthered the cooperation with Little Ripper. JTT is proud of contributing its own strength in patrolling and protecting people on Australia Coast. "Drones are 'the future of rescue'," said Ms Xia, "We'll keep on working hard and improving T60 UAV's functions to make a better life-saving drone with Little Ripper." About JTT Shenzhen JTT Technology Co., LTD(JTT) , established in January 2015, is a high-tech company specialized in research, development and manufacture of industrial drones. Our philosophies are Symbiosis & Innovation. JTT multi-rotor intelligent UAV are widely used in aerial surveillance, public security, search and rescue, environmental monitoring, agriculture, aerial photography and scientific investigation. Contact Information Shenzhen JTT Technology Co.,Ltd. Web: www.jttuav.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jttuav/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JTTUAV Sales Contact: sdos10@jttuav.com Tel: +86-755-86968648 Add: 6F, A5 Building, Nanshan i Park, No.1001 Xueyuan Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong P.R.C Source: Shenzhen JTT Technology Co.,ltd.