Payloads revolutionising public safety operations
Live webinar with JBUAS
THURS 2 SEPTEMBER // 11:30AM
LIVE Webinar: How are specialised payloads enhancing the efficiency of workflows in public safety organisations?
Join Sam Denniff, Business Development Manager for the Public Safety & Defence industry at COPTRZ, for this 45-minute webinar to learn about about how specialised payloads are aiding public safety organisations in making their operations faster and reduce risk.
Sam will be joined by Jonathan Brindley, Managing Director at JBUAS, as they discuss how their wide range of payloads and sensors are able to detect gas, locate underground objects and tackle under water missions – answering questions previously only possible by deploying a remote submersible vessel or diving teams using sonar sensors.
What you’ll learn on the webinar:
✓ What specialised payloads are on the market?
✓ Why should you use specialised payloads?
✓ What drones offer the most variety?
✓ How are these payloads saving time and reducing risk?
✓ At the end, we’ll run a live Q&A where you can ask Sam and Jonathan anything!
Meet your hosts
“Hi, I’m Sam business development for Public Safety & Defence at Coptrz. Having worked in the commercial drone UAV industry for over five years, I have experienced first-hand the slow but steady industrial growth towards adopting exciting new drone technology.
My role within COPTRZ is to guide organisations into implementing the most accurate and efficient drone solutions for their field. Beginning with Police & Fire, who at the time were barely Blue light drone programmes, I have now helped over 75% of UK Emergency Services to develop their drone strategy.
“JB UAS was created as a business brand of JBPRM Ltd in mid 2020 to support UgCS in making commercial drone users aware of the new drone-based sensor technology that was now available from UgCS. This relationship started with coverage just for the UK and Ireland, though we are now able to export to most places in the world.
Whether it is how an integration needs be configured, the best way to link two systems, or simply some advice on how to get the best from a system, we have it covered.”