Terra Labo Co., Ltd. signed an “Agreement on Operation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the Event of a Disaster” with Nagoya City (Aichi Prefecture) in order to promptly collect information on the affected areas by utilizing unmanned aerial vehicles in the event of a disaster. Announced that it was signed on the 25th of March.

The “Agreement on the Operation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the Event of a Disaster, etc.” is to collect information on the disaster situation by utilizing the drone owned by Terra Lab in the event of a disaster.

In the future, in order to enhance the knowledge that unmanned aerial vehicles can be used more effectively in the event of a disaster, various social experiments will be conducted from normal times to maintain and improve maneuvering and utilization technology.

Below is a quote from the press release

Terra Labo Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Kasugai City, Aichi Prefecture, Representative Director: Takahide Matsuura) is working with Nagoya City (Aichi Prefecture) to quickly collect information on the disaster area using unmanned aerial vehicles in the event of a disaster. We signed an agreement on the operation of unmanned aerial vehicles at times on June 25, 2019.

In the “Agreement on Operation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the Event of a Disaster, etc.” signed by the Disaster Prevention and Crisis Management Bureau of Nagoya City and Terra Lab, the industrial drones and fixed-wing drones owned by Terra Lab will be utilized in the event of a disaster. Information on the disaster situation at the disaster site will be collected promptly.

The equipment owned by Terra Lab includes drones that can be equipped with an infrared camera and a super-telephoto camera at the same time, and drones equipped with LiDAR. Etc. can be precisely modeled in 3D, and life search and damage situation investigation can be performed at the disaster site. In addition to multicopter drones, we also own and research and develop vertical takeoff and landing fixed-wing drones and long-range unmanned aerial vehicles with satellite communication control. It will be possible.

In the future, we will participate in disaster prevention drills conducted by Nagoya City and conduct various social experiments to maintain and improve maneuvering and utilization technology from normal times, and gain knowledge that unmanned aerial vehicles can be used more effectively in the event of a disaster. I will raise it.

Company profile

Terra Labo Co., Ltd.
Representative Director Takahide Matsuura
Location Established 3-28 Fujigaoka, Kasugai City, Aichi Prefecture 487-0023
March 2014
Business Description Unmanned aerial vehicle development, design, consulting services
Various observation operations for unmanned aerial vehicles, operator training Business
Development and operation of aerospace teaching materials, sales
Information communication system planning, development, design, management and consulting for them, etc.
Capital 79.6 million yen
URL http://www.terra-labo.jp

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