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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： firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Shared from ZDnet: http://www.zdnet.com/article/westpacs-lifesaver-drones-to-patrol-beaches-in-queensland/ JTT Partner- Little Ripper drones to patrol beaches in Queensland Shark detection and rescue drones will patrol some of Queensland's busiest beaches this summer to assist lifeguards. Westpac Little Ripper Life Saver JTT T60 V1 Multi-rotor drone Drones will back up Queensland lifeguards for the first time this summer as they work to save swimmers at some of the state's busiest beaches. JTTUAV's Partner-The Westpac Little Ripper Life Saver will be deployed on the Sunshine Coast and at North Stradbroke Island from the end of September as part of a trial with Surf Life Saving Queensland. Another two will be based at Surfers Paradise and Cairns from the end of November. The bank-backed initiative operates JTT T60 Series(multi rotor unmanned aerial vehicles ), capable of long range deployment for fast search and rescue operations. The Ripper Group's Ben Trollope said the drones, which can detect sharks and release a floating device into the water below, would not change the role of lifesavers but provide them with another tool to help save lives. Trollope expects the UAVs will primarily be used during emergencies, as they come equipped with speakers, cameras, and an inflatable rescue device that could be lowered into the water. "The You Little Beauty is a three-metre inflation device that will keep four grown men afloat for 24 hours without manual inflation," Trollope told AAP. "It's not so much changing lifesaving, more so giving lifesavers another tool." The drones have been trialled on beaches in New South Wales and Trollope said the plan is to equip each of Australia's 365 surf lifesaving clubs with the technology. Westpac announced its sponsorship of the trial of the autonomous UAVs for search and rescue in February last year, building on the bank's sponsorship of the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter Services. In the state's north, Townsville MP Scott Stewart said in November he wanted the Queensland Police Force to look into the use of drone technology in an effort to curb what he called a crime crisis. "What I've been trying to do is look at as many different solutions as possible, and cutting-edge drone technology is so much cheaper than a police helicopter," Stewart said at the time. "We need to use the technology now and in the future to fight crime, not costly and old technology like helicopters." Earlier that month, the state government amended legislation to allow farmers to use drones to spray their crops. The changes to the Act, and the regulations that underpin it, are expected to give Queensland farmers access to the most "innovative aerial spraying technology" available. The legislation also requires that UAV spraying operations are only performed by pilots who are authorised by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and hold qualifications that demonstrate a suitable level of chemical application competency. The Queensland government announced a AU$1 million investment in remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) technology in July 2016, expected to benefit the LNG, agriculture, mining, energy, telecommunications, search and rescue, and environmental management industries. Shenzhen JTT Technology Co., Ltd. Tel：+86-755-86968648 ext 8066 Fax：+86-755-86968648-8094 Mobile：13798442062 Email： email@example.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