DroneUA took part in large-scale exercises in the city of Kiev together with the police, DSNS and other services on the topic “Actions of government bodies and civil protection forces to eliminate the consequences of emergency situations in the event of a transport accident.”
On August 16, in Kyiv, opposite the Ramada hotel, an emergency response exercise was held as a result of a traffic accident. Units of the Main Directorate of the DSNS of Ukraine, the municipal emergency rescue service "Kiev Rescue Service", KP "Kievpastrans", KK "Kievavtodor", the Kiev Patrol Police Department of the Patrol Police Department of the National Police of Ukraine, the Main Directorate of the National Police of Ukraine, Center emergency medical care and disaster medicine, the Kiev city organization of the Red Cross Society, the All-Ukrainian Council for the Protection of the Rights and Safety of Patients and the integrator of unmanned solutions DroneUA.
According to the exercise scenario, a collision between a route bus and a fuel tanker occurred on a section of the P-01 road. As a result of a collision, a bus with 15 — It overturned with passengers, 9 people were injured. Fuel from the tanker began to pour out and ignited — there was a threat of explosion. The injured passengers were unable to get out of the overturned shuttle bus on their own.
Thanks to the coordinated actions of all units, the explosion was avoided, and the passengers were urgently taken to medical institutions.
DroneUA provided air support for the operation, with the output of operational video material directly to the command headquarters for detailed monitoring of the entire operation and making operational decisions. Industrial unmanned platforms took part in the rescue operation: Matrice 300 RTK, Phantom r pro and Mavic 2 Dual, which ensured the collection of visual and thermal imaging data from the accident site for decision-making in an emergency situation. Airspace monitoring within a radius of 5 km was carried out by the Aeroscope Mobile mobile station from DroneUA.
To plan operations during the exercise, a 3D model of the incident was quickly built using DJI Terra software products based on drone data obtained in the first minutes of the incident.
Such solutions are the standard for conducting similar operations abroad and allow collecting not only data for operational planning, but also providing a digital picture for retrospective analysis and studying the possible causes of incidents.