New technology helps shape MCA’s future SAR operations

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UK’s Maritime & Coastguard Agency looks into use of remotely piloted aircraft technology as a driver for the next generation of search and rescue

New technology is set to play an increasingly important role in the future search and rescue operations of the UK’s Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA). The global leader in SAR operations recently announced a £170m investment in the development of a new radio network and it is also now looking into the use of remotely piloted aircraft technology and its possible application as a driver for the next generation of search and rescue…

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