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Hi everyone!


My team is developing a campaign for technology that will be used to save lives, more specifically, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) used in emergency search and rescue.


We'd love to hear your thoughts on this technology. Please complete this anonymous survey which should take less than 3 minutes.


Thank you for your time!


https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdYAdGi3NwnFviwAf7GUAZrOEI_bLS1VT_TQPi2r8yc-EDJGQ/viewform


 

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Curios about the problem your trying to define with this questionnaire, do you have a drone or are you trying to define the requirements for an emergency response drone.

 

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Most people think you buy a drone and it just works for whatever your trying to do.  What most of them find out is that just isn't the case.  They generally need 45 minutes of fidgeting to get the NFZ unlocked, recalibrate the compass, reset the IMU, etc..

If you can show examples of your drone being taken out of the case in an emergency and in the air in less than three minutes providing information the first responders can trust, well that's better than 90% of your competitors.  

Do you have to upgrade the firmware every time you take it out of the case?  No.  That's better than 90% of your competitors.

Can you get a thermal/visible camera that works?  If so, your better than 90% of your competitors.

Is your drone reliable?  If  so, your better than 90% of your competitors.

Can you easily reconfigure your drone for a variety of different kinds of missions? 

If it works, sell that.  

If your solution is based on a DJI then your just like 90% of your competitors.  If its not, sell that.

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