Doubay: The Doubay Civil Defense has approved the use of rescue drones and firefighters in the event of a major fire.
This will help to understand the magnitude of the fire and take precautionary measures in the event of a fire in high-rise buildings, narrow spaces and warehouses where hazardous materials are stored. Luff said the decision would help save time and effort in dealing with all types of injuries and would positively enhance the role the civil defense takes in protecting lives and property. General Rashid Thani Al Matrushi said.
Fires have been reported in various parts of the UAE since the beginning of the summer.
In this case, the drones can move quickly. In the first quarter of this year, General Civil Aviation was licensed to operate 180 drones. The drone ban, imposed after the Houthi attacks in Abu Dhabi, is still in place.
Therefore, it is allowed only with special permission for bulk. Drone flies without permission from authorities punishable by up to five years in prison and a fine of up to one lakh dirhams.