Cool, just what I'd like to build for the German police and fire
Probably will never get around to it though... Darn,
I already have a bad
feeling because I still havent sent out those horizon
sensors yet :-( sorry
people, I promise I will have lots of time to take care
of that after July
1st, until then I'm just too busy and have a deadline on
June 30th to make.
Im Auftrag von
Gesendet: Dienstag, 20. Juni 2006 20:00
Betreff: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Hello!
Welcome onboard !
Seems like others had similar ideas
about law enforcement UAVshttp://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/5051142.stm
Christian Menge wrote:
> Just a quick hello, I'm new to the site, I thought I would
> myself and tell you about my experience and
> I worked as a rotoray and fixed wing pilot and flight
> Canada for just about 9 years. Most commercial helicopter
> in Canada involve VERY isolated locations. The largest
> operators are based in the Arctic, Yellow Knife, NWT. This
is a very
> cold and difficult place to live, most of my contracts
> fires, animal tracking, maintenance of government
> oil, gas, NORAD, etc.
> I was tired
of the poor conditions and decided to move into computers.
> Over the
last six years I have been working as a C developer and
manager for several different simulation companies.
> Recently I
have had a strong urge to become involved with aviation
> again and I was
thinking UAV's might be cool. I live in a city with
> lots of crime,
drugs, prostitution, etc. Having a UAV that patrols
> some of the streets
providing visual assistance to police, fire is a
> good idea and I'm
surprised this is not being done by others.
> My goal
would be to possibly provide some type of surveillance
> platform that
could quickly move from one area to another and provide
> real time video
from the sky looking down at the streets below.
> Has this
been done by anyone in the past?
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