AutonetMagz – Disasters really unpredictable, as besides the effect, the process to minimize the victim become one of the main concern. The Rescue team and medical is one of important factor to reduce these numbers, and how they work should be facilitated by huge equipment which sometimes difficult to be accessed.
The most feasible aid is air aid, but its not without any hassles, as in several extreme conditions, such as bad weather, far away landing strips, becoming something you should pay attention.
Land Rover as a makers who concern towards offroad cars think that it is necessary to create a rescue edition on the Geneva Motor Show this year. This time they use the Discovery as a basis, and fitted it with a drone as the air surveillance.
Their vision is to develop a car who could be driven in any condition along with air support. As with the aid of the quad copter drone surveillance, the planning of evacuation route and the number of victims to be rescued could be easily estimated.
This concept are meant for Austrian Red Cross, and the car they called as Project Hero. This new Project Hero put the Discovery as the first car to have a Drone Mounting at its roof, with an integrated landing system aided by magnet, the Drone could land easily, even when the car are in moving position.
Their partnership with Red Cross since 1954 make Land Rover concern to disaster, as at least around 120 cars they have had supplied to aid the International Federation of Red Cross (IFRC).
With the TD6 V6 engine and 3.0 liter engine, the car fitted with a heavy duty system to support rescue activities, such as extra bright headlights, and high capacity power supply for emergency usage.