BRINC launches Global Rescue Network for emergency response use
Specialized security and tactical drone manufacturer BRINC has launched its Global Rescue Network, which will assist and support humanitarian efforts and disaster response wherever they arise around the world.
BRINC says the Global Rescue Network is headed by about two dozen public safety professionals, military veterans, and current or former drone racing league pros. That group remains at the ready to support local first responders, non-governmental organizations, and government agencies during natural disasters and humanitarian crises. The company says the team boasts 10,000 combined hours of flight experience, and activity in more than 55 countries.
BRINC founder Blake Reznick says the Global Rescue Network initiative is a direct result of the company’s work flying drones in search of trapped victims in Miami’s Surfside Condo collapse last year. More recently, the company has been involved providing its LEMUR UAVs and training to Ukraine…