Using Drones to Mitigate Risk Before and After Natural Disasters

Severe weather, like hurricanes and heavy rains, can have a massive impact on people throughout the world. Hurricane Ida recently hit Louisiana ,and the Shaanxi province of China has had over a hundred thousand people affected by heavy rains.

We may not be able to control mother nature to our whims yet, but how can we leverage technology to assess risk, especially around particular hazard areas, ahead of natural disasters?

To get some insight into how drones may be used in the response and mitigation of natural disasters, we spoke with the Vice President of Public Safety of Auterion and friend of MarketScale, Romeo Durscher.

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