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DJI Partners with Los Angeles Fire Department in Two-Way Collaboration

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The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) and DJI recently announced a partnership to create, test, and deploy DJI drone technology in emergency response situations. This new collaboration is the continuation of an ongoing partnership between DJI and the LAFD.

Regarding use cases, the LAFD plans to continue using drones across a variety of emergency response situations, including incident response for swift water rescues, hazmat operations, urban search and rescue missions, hot-spot identification, and aerial mapping to help manage wildfire response.

Read today's article to learn more about the partnership and the LAFD's leadership in bringing drones into regular use in public agencies.

Currently there are over 900 public agencies using drones in their operations—do you think that number will grow exponentially over the next few years? Chime in on this thread to share your thoughts.

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