Drones in emergencies, 2nd national conference at Reas 2022: focus on search and rescue missions
Drones again protagonists at ‘REAS 2022’, the twenty-first edition of the International Emergency Exhibition to be held from 7 to 9 October at the Montichiari (Brescia) Exhibition Centre
On Friday 7 October, the second edition of the national conference ‘Drones in Emergencies’ is scheduled at REAS 2022
The use of unmanned systems for search and rescue activities” (Sala Scalvini, first floor, central entrance, 3pm).
This appointment follows the success of the first edition of the conference, which last year saw the participation of important speakers and around one hundred participants including professionals and volunteers.
The conference – which will be moderated by Luciano Castro, president of the Rome Drone Conference – will see the interventions of experts and operators, who will present some recent operational activities using UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems) in search, rescue and emergency missions. Speakers: Luigi Contin, ReD Tech; Massimo Landi, Local Police of the Unione dei Comuni Valtenesi (Manerba del Garda – BS); Valentino Arillo, Crisis Unit of the Municipality of Civitavecchia (RM); Francesco Garganese, Territorial Air Surveillance (SAT). The organisation is by the Roman company Mediarkè, in collaboration with the two professional events of reference for the drone sector in Italy, Roma Drone Conference and Sea Drone Tech Summit.
Sponsor of the conference is the ReD Tech flight school for drone pilots, which will be exhibiting some vehicles used in search and rescue operations.
In the exhibition area of ‘REAS 2022’, there will also be stands of various organisations that use drones in civil protection activities
These include the Fire Brigade, the Italian Red Cross, Territorial Air Surveillance (SAT) and Rescue Drones Network (RDN).
In addition to the conference on UAS, as part of “REAS 2022” Mediarkè also organised two other conferences: “SOS, emergency communications. The latest telecommunications technologies for rescue and civil protection operations” (Saturday 8 October, Sala Scalvini, first floor, central entrance, 2.00 pm) and “When rescue comes from the sky. The use of aeroplanes and helicopters for emergency missions and the transport of people in imminent mortal danger” (Saturday 8 October, Sala Scalvini, first floor, central entrance, 3.30 p.m.).