Drones for Nepal

Drones for Nepal

From Andy Trench

Drones will help assess damage and survey unreachable areas in Nepal which has just been struck by an earthquake. We will use Video, Photo-Mapping, and thermal imagery on a fleet of small UAV to aid existing efforts.

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Update #1

about 3 years ago

I have extended the funding cycle on this campaign.

We may have the opportunity to raise the capital necessary to maintain a presence in Nepal and even send more drone pilots to the region if we continue to campaign and help as much as we can !

The situation in Nepal will shift from rescue to rebuild, and drones can play a huge resource saving role by mapping large areas and also identifying structure unfit to return people to.
The faster they can classify each structure, the sooner people can return to their homes.

News, Updates, and images will all be posted to the DronesForDisasters website here:
http://dronesfordisasters.com/

Thank You for your generosity!
-Andy

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While the dust has settled in Nepal, the efforts to recover from this devastating quake will continue for years. We will continue to support efforts for disaster relief through a larger effort at www.DronesForDissasters.com

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Andy Trench posted a new update:
about 3 years ago

Update #1

I have extended the funding cycle on this campaign.

We may have the opportunity to raise the capital necessary to maintain a presence in Nepal and even send more drone pilots to the region if we continue to campaign and help as much as we can !

The situation in Nepal will shift from rescue to rebuild, and drones can play a huge resource saving role by mapping large areas and also identifying structure unfit to return people to.
The faster they can classify each structure, the sooner people can return to their homes.

News, Updates, and images will all be posted to the DronesForDisasters website here:
http://dronesfordisasters.com/

Thank You for your generosity!
-Andy

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