1st Dec 2019 to 1st july 2020
program is based on the need to improve tactical uses of UAS for first responders and public safety agencies.
We have started 23 working groups composed of UAV operation specialists from 23 countries and background to study best practices to save lives and support rescue.
And we will regroup all working group leaders into an international working group.
MAPPING SOFTWARE TRIALS (16 july 2019 to 1st july 2020)
8 of our organization members have been selected to participate in this technology experimentation about emergency drone mapping in order to generate evidence and knowledge towards the best practices of mapping in public safety scenarios.
Testers are : Dublin Fire Brigade (IRL), Bensalem Twp Dept. of Public Safety (USA), Hulpverleningszone Noord-Limburg (BEL), Lancashire Fire and rescue service (UK), I.u.K. Kreis Coesfeld (GER), Los Angeles Fire Department (USA), SDIS 60 (FRA), King County Search and Rescue - UAS (USA),
County of Renfrew Paramedic Service (CAN) and Roanoke Fire Department (USA).
After 1 year, IEDO volunteers successfully brought together more than 200 members & 5 organizations, from 27 countries, to improve drones efficiency to save more lives, with support of trusted partners DJI ParrotPix4D Yuneec Europe Happy Birthday IEDO #DronesSavesLives#DronesForGood
It's a Portuguese Search and Rescue Association with a drone capacity.
We are very proud to welcome them at IEDO.
Meet them here :
Tonight have been launched the #IEDO TACTICAL program.
Which will be supported by several tactical working groups around the world thanks to all our fantastic IEDO members.
Our vice-president Joël Kaiser & our president Vendelin Clicques of IEDO at Geneva for the Humanitarian Network & Partnership Week #hnpw2019
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The IEDO president and one of the vice-president have participated in the first discussion group of the summit "How European emergency services are using drones" with drone specialists from England, Spain and Belgium.
Today the 16th June 2018, 5 persons from emergency services and humanitarian association have created a new organization : IEDO, the International Emergency Drone Organization.
Considering that no organization gathers emergency drones units together, we identified that something is lacking. Furthermore, the units and the associations using the drone for emergencies are testing each in their country : techniques, tricks or new solutions. But without communicating in a transverse way.
IEDO aims at gathering all the emergency drone units and associations to exchange together in order to improve and structure the use of the drone.