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Dubai Police Unveil Hydrogen Drone

By January 22, 2019

January 22, 2019

DUBAI — At the 21st session of Intersec’s Fire, Security and Fire Safety Industries at the Dubai World Trade Center,  the Dubai Police General Command (DGPD) unveiled its Hydrogen Drone to be used for maritime surveys and security surveillance.

Major Abdullah Mohammed Al Balushi, Coordinator of InterSec 2019, said “Dubai Police are keen to use the latest technology in police and field operations, including Drones, as it makes it easier for police to carry out their day-to-day tasks”

Eng. Wael Asaad Ibrahim, General Manager of Dubai Police Operations, said that the hydrogen has been used as a power fuel for the first time. The drone can fly for more than 3 hours continuously”

The Drone will also be used for to cover fire and secure events as well as day to day traffic issues.