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Somerset County, New Jersey, is first sheriff’s office in the country to use the Project Lifesaver Indago unmanned aerial system (UAS). Deputies participated in training on the system earlier this year. Somerset County has 40 clients enrolled in Project Lifesaver: 23 children who have autism or Down syndrome and 17 adults who have dementia. Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin.
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Indago Quadrotor Unmanned Aerial System

May 12, 2017
Indago is paired with Project Lifesaver’s electronic location equipment used by first responders to find special needs individuals who may wander. Upon receiving a distress call, operators can rapidly deploy Indago to locate missing individuals.

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