How are drones impacting disaster relief efforts by public safety agencies across Europe? Find out from DJI’s public safety experts on how this technology is currently being used, what methods have been tested in the field throughout Europe, and what this could mean for efforts in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sergey Georgiev, Legal and Program Manager at DJI, and Eduardo Rodríguez, Enterprise Product Manager DJI, will be discussing how agencies have been assessing new relief measures that integrate drones into their workflows during a crisis.
Here’s what to expect:
Eduardo Rodríguez works as Enterprise Product Manager at DJI, the world’s leading manufacturer of civilian drones. He provides technical guidance to R&D, Sales and Business Development teams, and is responsible for the design, development and customization of enterprise drone solutions so they can be adjusted to customers’ requirements. Eduardo has worked on multiple projects with industry leading stakeholders in different areas such as Public Safety, “Drones for Good” or SDK development.
Eduardo has recently returned from a pioneering project in Zanzibar where he teamed up with a number of entomologists and helped to develop a revolutionary technique in the fight against malaria, using a DJI drone.
Sergey Georgiev is the Legal and Program Manager at DJI. Sergey came to DJI four years ago and was responsible for the Legal and Operations management in the European Office.
Sergey moved to DJI´s Enterprise Department about 2 years ago and part of his work was to roll out the Qualified Entities Program (QEP) in Europe. He is currently advising first responders and humanitarian organizations on the use of drone technology.
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