BOTHELL, Wash. (June 14, 2021) — SkyeBrowse has officially launched a software that will enable Autel EVO II drones to create 3D models of an area using thermal imaging.
The thermal mapping software will enable first responders to quickly and safely recreate accident sites or crime scenes at night—saving government dollars and lives in the process.
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“Right now, nighttime reconstruction looks like this: Either you have the budget and equipment to do it—which is a quarter-million-dollar laser scanner—or you shut down the entire scene until the morning,” said Bobby Ouyang, CEO of SkyeBrowse. “It’s extremely inefficient, extremely expensive, and also very dangerous.”
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