Royal Cayman Islands Police and Fire Services Test Drone in …

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) has been aerially collecting crime scene evidence and conducting remote searches with a DJI Mavic Pro for well over a year now. The drone trial phase has been so successful, according to Cayman News, that the RCIPS has decided to add the DJI Matrice 210 to its fleet. More importantly, however, the RCIPS joined the Cayman Islands Fire Service and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) in a simulated rescue operation involving a drone, helicopter, and rescue boat. 

The dummy scenario saw a swimmer in simulated trouble, with the three vehicles aimed to effectively coordinate an efficient strategy between each other. This multi-agency demonstration took place at the West Bay Public Beach, with the police stating this exercise gave them the opportunity to challenge its drone pilots and test its new Matrice 210, which

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