MatrixSpace on the Drone Radio Show: Getting to Drone-as-a-First-Responder 2.0 with Smaller, More Powerful Sensors


MatrixSpace on Drone Radio ShowDon’t
miss
this
episode:
MatrixSpace
on
the
Drone
Radio
Show
with
host
Randy
Goers.
David
Cameron,
Field
Services
Engineer
and
Lead
UAS
Pilot
at

MatrixSpace
,
talks
about
the
evolution
of
drone
as
first
responder
programs
and
how
MatrixSpace
sensors
can
improve
safety
and
operational
efficiency
of
future
DFR
missions.

David Cameron
is
Field
Services
Engineer
and
Lead
UAS
Pilot
at
MatrixSpace. 
MatrixSpace
is
a
radar
sensing
company
that
produces
the
next
generation
of
AI-enabled
sensing
that
can
identify
objects
and
collect
data
in
real
time,
with
no
cloud
requirements. 
The
company
builds
the
smallest
radar
system
to
provide
new
levels
of
integrated
outdoor
surveillance,
monitoring
and
inspection
from
both
stationary
and
airborne
platforms. 
David
brings
33
years
of
service
with
the
City
of
Campbell
Police
Department,
where
he
held
a
variety
of
critical
roles,
most
recently
leading
the
department’s
DFR
(drone
as
first
responder)
operations.
He
remains
a
Reserve
Officer.
As
Field
Services
Engineer
and
lead
UAS
Pilot
at
MatrixSpace
he
drives
the
UAS-oriented
solutions
for
this
advanced
radar
company.

One
of
promising
uses
for
MatrixSpace
radar
systems
is
enhancing
drone-as-first-responder
or
DFR
programs. The
small
size
and
powerful
capabilities
of
the
sensors
mean
police
departments
using
drones
as
first
responders
can
deliver
improved
service
and
safety
while
at
the
same
time,
eliminating
the
need
for
rooftop
visual
observers.

In
this
episode
of
the
Drone
Radio
Show,
David
talks
about
MatrixSpace,
the
evolution
of
drone
as
first
responder
programs
and
how
MatrixSpace
sensors
can
improve
safety
and
operational
efficiency
of
future
DFR
missions.

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