The Drive reports on the use of a drone to save a man's life in the Ozark Mountains. "According to KSPR, the drone was in the air and collecting vital data within seven minutes, letting the first responders know just how much manpower they’d need, or how time-sensitive the situation actually was. 'It speeds the recovery process probably ten times over because you know if there are resources that you don’t have at the scene you can call those resources in,' said Baird. Like many of us, Baird’s experience with quadcopters began as a hobby, but quickly became a tool."
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