Skyfire offers incident response teams with extensive experience managing some of the most complex and high-profile disaster aerial operations. Our teams are available 24/7/365 for rapid deployment anywhere you need us. Our ability to coordinate unmanned aircraft with manned aircraft, even in the most complex airspaces, allows us to take flight sooner and safer.
Skyfire leverages aerial capabilities such as HD streaming, thermal imaging, gas monitoring, 3D & timelapse modeling, leak detection, confined space and subsurface mapping technologies, to guide enlightened decision making in times of disaster. Our team offers an all-encompassing emergency response platform offering reliable data, experienced pilots, and handling of all regulatory requirements.
On call 24/7/365 for rapid deployment anywhere in the world.
Incident response teams have extensive experience managing some of the most complex and high-profile disaster aerial operations on the planet.
Our drones for disaster relief are customizable to meet your specific needs.
Skyfire’s UAV teams have extensive experience coordinating unmanned aircraft with manned aircraft – even alongside the FAA in TFRs (zones with temporary flight restrictions). Our expertise working with agencies such as FEMA, the FBI, EPA and the largest energy and transportation companies make Skyfire the premier UAV company for emergency response. Our team has extensive experience working with the Incident Command System (ICS) structure, and has operators specifically trained as Air Ops Branch Directors.
Skyfire’s military-grade hardware allows you to securely monitor incident operations from anywhere in the world in real-time. High-resolution daylight and thermal zoom cameras can be positioned from vantage points previously impossible or too dangerous to access.
Skyfire is on call 24/7/365 for rapid deployment anywhere in the world. Private aircraft and mobile command centers allow us to dispatch and stage crews that utilize state-of-the-art UAS in the most difficult-to-reach areas at a moment’s notice.