BRINC to showcase Drone as First Responder playbook and advanced drone capabilities at IACP
The playbook provides a roadmap for organizations eager to pioneer the use of drones as frontline responders
By Police1 Staff
BRINC, an American developer of technology in the service of public safety, will unveil its Drone as First Responder (DFR) industry playbook at IACP 2023, a resource for public safety agencies leveraging drone technology to aid in operations.
“Making DFR an attainable reality for every law enforcement agency and emergency services team has always been at the heart of BRINC’s mission,” Blake Resnick, CEO and Founder of BRINC said. “We are excited to bring our knowledge and expertise to IACP, the most critical knowledge-sharing event of the year, and make DFR that much closer to realization.”
BRINC’s DFR Playbook, written by Don Redmond, VP of Advanced Public Safety Projects and former Captain at Chula Vista Police Department, provides a roadmap for organizations eager to pioneer the use of drones as frontline responders, including:
- A comprehensive examination of the evolution and concept of Drone as First Responder (DFR).
- Seamless methodologies for infusing DFR across police, fire, and EMS operations.
- Essential preparatory steps and considerations for embarking on a DFR journey.
- Comprehensive guidance on building, refining, and optimizing a DFR program, focusing on regulations, compliance, and operational scaling.
BRINC will also give IACP attendees a look at its flagship drone offering for first responders, the LEMUR 2, which boasts a proprietary autonomy system, a first-of-its-kind sensor array combining 10 unique systems for supporting its autonomous functions, visual/night/thermal imaging, two-way comms and more.
Visit BRINC at IACP in booth 5007.