Team Drones to the Rescue Starts Indiegogo Campaign to Support Their Life Saving Drone Technology

Drones to the Rescue is looking to promote their advanced drone search and rescue technology, assisting the first responders save lives. The funding requirement for this life saving initiative is $40,000.


Las Vegas, NV -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/19/2014 -- Most of the UAVs currently available in the market are designed for the hobbyists, film crews or recreation. Drones to the Rescue team is engaged in designing drones equipped with a special equipment, making them highly qualified to succeed in Search-and-Rescue situations. These UAVs will be equipped with better GPS functions, offer longer flight times, and heavy pay load capability to carry water, supplies and medicine to people in need during emergencies.

The components of these UAVs are:

-FliR cameras
-Avalanche Transceivers
-GPS Tracker
-8.8 pound Payload Dropper
-Extended Flight
-Ground Station
-Downward Hi-Res Camera
-ProSearch EFX Modules

Drones to the Rescue is comprised of inventors, business owners and UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) operators dedicated to creating a specialized line of UAVs, popularly known as drones. The UAV units to be created by Drones to the Rescue have been designed to save lives. Drones to the Rescue have all the resources, knowledge and manpower to build their Search-and-Rescue UAVs. However, they need funding support to make this project a reality.

Proceeds from the Indiegogo campaign will be used to cover expenses such as:

-Manufacture the carbon fiber light weight frame

-Buy necessary components needed to manufacture the drop system designed by Drones to the Rescue.

-Research and development for the creation of other modules planned for the future.

More information about this campaign can be found at

About Drones to the Rescue
Drones to the Rescue is a team of inventors, service men and businessmen joining together for a unique cause. They see a distinct need for drones in emergency situations. The teams' mission is to save lives using drones.