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GNSS Helps Fight Coronavirus While Companies Adapt

As part of the effort to combat the spread of COVID-19 in the United States, UAV company Draganfly has partnered with Australia’s Department of Defense (DOD), the University of South Australia (UniSA) and Vital Intelligence, a company that collects and analyzes healthcare data, to remotely detect and monitor people with infectious and respiratory conditions.

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Draganfly Innovations hand-makes their systems in North America. They produce drone systems that specialize in public safety applications, aerial photography, industrial inspection, and education/research.

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As America Reopens, Fever-Screening Technology Touted as Promising Tool

Fever-sensing technology has extended above the ground, as well. Police in Westport, Conn., planned to test a “pandemic drone” in partnership with drone company Draganfly, but that effort was quickly abandoned as a result of the public outcry over privacy concerns.

Draganfly CEO Cameron Chell spoke with Fox News about how drone technology can be used for fever detection, public health and safety, and the now-paused Westport Flatten the Curve Pilot Project.

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How Draganfly Brought a ‘Pandemic Drone’ to the U.S.

Like the rest of the world, Canadian drone maker Draganfly has been anxiously watching the spread of the novel coronavirus. And when COVID-19 cases started springing up across Washington nursing homes in mid-February, the team began brainstorming. By March, Draganfly had licensed the machine vision and AI tech needed to offer social distancing and health monitoring services from the air.

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Cameron Chell, CEO of Draganfly, Talks About the Capabilities of Their COVID-19 Pandemic Drone

We all seem to be affected, one way or another, by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the drone industry is focused on being a key part of the solution. We have written about the need for delivery drones to reduce human contact in order to mitigate the spread of the virus, but unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) can do so much more than just deliver packages. One company in particular has been focused on the development of a drone that can actually monitor and report on individuals with symptoms of the virus.

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Draganfly Selected to Globally Integrate Breakthrough Health Diagnosis Technology Immediately onto Autonomous Camera’s and Specialized Drones to Combat Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Future Health Emergencies