Global Public Safety UAS Database

CarolinaFireJournal - Chief Charles L. Werner (Ret.)
Chief Charles L. Werner (Ret.)
07/07/2021 -

DRONERESPONDERS announced the creation of a Global Public Safety UAS/Drone database and map. The purpose of this database and map is to have public safety agencies enter their information into a brief survey form. Once submitted, it populates onto a web map which provides visualization of these programs around the world.


Screenshot of a section of the Global Webmap

The purpose of this global database is to share, collaborate, coordinate across disciplines on public safety UAS related issues.

The purpose of this global database is to share, collaborate, coordinate across disciplines on public safety UAS related issues. This provides a quick way to share best practices, lessons learned, safety notices and regulatory updates. This also helps identify public safety UAS resources for regional cooperation, mutual aid and facilitate training opportunities.

Departments around the world have benefitted and advanced their own UAS programs more quickly by learning from other agencies UAS program use cases, successes and lessons learned. This will expand and enhance that process by showing agency programs around the world and provide helpful information such as program start date, missions flown, payloads, capabilities, types of drones, number of pilots and more. Information on a specific department/agency can be seen by simply clicking on their symbol on the map. Additionally, this map will have a dashboard that will allow filtering by public safety discipline, state and more.

To put your department on the map, it’s simple by filling out this brief survey to add your information into the database which automatically populates the map. It takes less than three minutes.

For questions or for more information, please contact Brandon Karr, his email is [email protected]

Here is the link to the Survey:

Here is the link to the Global Webmap: html?id=a84c95f4951345269f6fab330846d3de



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