Questions related to RPAS
Is there a group of crucial and important UAV's parameters/features regardless of kind of mission (search missing people, disaster, evacuation, emergency deliveries, monitoring, fight a fire, training, saving trapped people, contamination, flying rescue cushion)? Or maybe every kind of mission has their own crucial parameters/features?
What are (other than listed below) guidance materials, operational manuals, standards and recommended practices about public safety drone usage? Include such important for pilots of drone/UAV issues as: training, operational procedures, ConOps, testing UAV, maintenance, etc.
- NFPA 2400, Standard for Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) Used for Public Safety Operations, https://www.nfpa.org/codes-and-standards/all-codes-and-standards/list-of-codes-and-standards/detail?code=2400
- Public Safety and Law Enforcement Toolkit, https://www.faa.gov/uas/public_safety_gov/public_safety_toolkit/
- Code of Conduct, Humanitarian UAV Network http://uaviators.org/docs
- ISO 21384-3:2019 Unmanned aircraft systems — Part 3: Operational procedures https://www.iso.org/standard/70853.html?browse=tc
- JARUS document http://jarus-rpas.org/publications
- UAS PILOTS CODE:, https://www.secureav.com/UAS-Listings-Page.html
As far as I know most of the countries haven't introduced yet rules for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle flights. My question concerns mainly for emergency/post-disaster situation when large number of UAVs may transport relief item. UAVs, military flights both helicopters and aeroplanes, and civil flights must be separated for the sake of everybody's security.
Is it correct to use a term "drone/UAV special for fire service/fire brigades"? Or are there only a adaptations/modifications of available models (like adaptations of Matrice - see https://www.dslrpros.com/inspire-1-first-responder-thermal-kit.html https://www.rmus.com/collections/police-fire-search-and-rescue-drones)?
What is the better strategy?
to have "wet" lifeguards - physically fit lifeguards who are able to rescue (a reactive activity)?
to have "dry" lifeguards - excellent vigilant lifeguards who are trained and experienced in preventing bathers from entering risky situations and scenarios (a proactive activity)?
Recently I have visited a rural area of Nepal where frequency of Thunder and Lightning is very high and thus there is a high number of human casualty and property loss for many years. I would like to know any research work about localized effect of Thunder and Lightning in a very small area and any mitigation measures?
Recent news is worrying. Caterpillars of the wax moth Galleria mellonella digest artificial plastics (Bombelli et al 2017) and it has been suggested that they might be produced en masse to help consume the vast amounts of waste plastic that have accumulated worldwide. One can imagine that releasing large numbers of the caterpillars could pose a serious problem for honeybee colonies.
We want to monitor nest and ambient temperature on the tundra, but have just been informed that they have again delayed our order and it won't arrive until AFTER our field season.
The goal is to track movement and measure specific overwintering micro-habitat conditions for northern leopard frogs in southern Alberta.
Due to their noise would they be allowed only in special flight corridors? Could they hurt communities living under their corridors? Would it be an A-B transport (station to station) or based on the network of default connections? Would automation enable flights to everybody using autonomous air vehicles (AAVs)? How could ii impact suburbs and towns deeper inside regions?
I want to compare the performance of my athletes (14-19 years old) to normative data to know whether their time of the 30m flying is above average or not. Thanks in advance!
In the press there has been coverage on companies' risk management plans for climate change, e.g. impact of rising sea levels on low lying airports, or more frequent storms meaning smaller turbo-props and regional jets that can't fly above the clouds (ie. insufficient altitude) impacting airport delays, groundings, etc. How can we plan so we can best manage this risk (or opportunity?)
I am looking for a reliable source which presents the size of the British Empire following the First World War, including total area covered (colonies, dominions, mandated areas, etc.) and population size.
Any ideas? Thanks!
I´m interested in carrying out studies of bark beetles dispersal (Hylurgus and Hylaster). Anyone know practical experiences of marking those insects, using fluorescents dust or paint ?
We want detect bee by camera, and camera will be attached at UAV..
After detect bee, UAV will track the bee and we can know location of bee by map what UAV provided.
UAV should keep some distance from bee.
This situation, what is most suitable camera for detection bee?
I need to know how much fuel a 100, 150 and 200 ton vessel uses. In addition, what is the effective cargo carried by these ships. Finally, if I want to calculate the distance from one port to another, for example valparaiso-shangai, I have shipping lines, however this boat will not go direct, are there factors in the literature to amplify these distances?