SARDrones.org - A community of pilots donating their time and aircraft for the greater good -

S.W.A.R.M. (Search With Aerial RMulti-rotor) is a worldwide volunteer search and rescue network of SAR Drone Pilots dedicated to searching for missing persons at no cost to the local SAR Organization or families. Our primary mission is to offer and provide multi-rotor (drone) and fixed wing aerial search platforms for ongoing Search and Rescue operations, and to create increased awareness about the benefits of RC and autonomous Drone technology.

Checkout their facebook group page HERE for more information on how to join the team.

Website - www.sardrones.org 

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Tags: And, Drones, Rescue, SAR, Search, UAS, UAV, Volunteer, and, rescue

Comment by Joshua Johnson on January 8, 2014 at 7:13pm

Great website for a great cause!  I'm glad to see moderators being able to post about their own sites. 

Bravo,

Josh


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Comment by AKRCGUY on January 8, 2014 at 7:21pm

Josh, Thanks for the kind words.  While I am a member, all the credit for starting the site and Facebook group goes to Jim Bowers of California.

Comment by Joshua Johnson on January 8, 2014 at 7:31pm

Adam, Can you please have Jim Bowers contact me?  I'd love to build a partnership between my site CAD Drones and SARDrones.org

Comment by Joshua Johnson on January 8, 2014 at 7:42pm

Nvm I emailed him already :)

Comment by Euan Ramsay on January 9, 2014 at 6:42am

I'm doing a Swiss-only version (http://notfalldrohnen.com), which will be online for the 2014 Ski season in November. Still much work to do on the site as you can see (I'm mainly waiting for the animation designers to get back with the "how it works" file).

Would be keen to what synergies we have. Particularly in the areas of:

- Insurance liability

- Vehicle certification process and minimum specifications

- Standardised sensor packages

- Application design; notfalldrohnen will be using android and Apple apps linked to a backend database

- Obtaining approvals from the local civil aviation authority.

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