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The Public Safety Drone Review webcast launched by DRONRESPONDERS


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DRONRESPONDERS and DRONELIFE have announced the launch of The Public Safety Drone Review, a new monthly resource for the public safety community. 

The free event will be held live on February 7, 2023 at 3pm EST: and on the first Tuesday afternoon of each month going forward.  The Public Safety Drone Review is a FreeWebinar Series, sponsored by DRONELIFE.

Hosted by DRONELIFE Editor Miriam McNabb and veteran public safety officer Tim Martin, The Public Safety Drone Review will be a 1-hour conversation on the drones, technology, trends, and current news that impact public safety. 

With occasional guest speakers, McNabb and Martin will address the newest developments in the use of unmanned systems – and address or research questions from the audience.  After the live event, the webcast will be available on the DRONELIFE TV YouTube channel.

About the show

DRONERESPONDERS is a leading non-profit program with over 7000 members dedicated to uniting aerial first responders, emergency managers, and search and rescue specialists help learn, train, and test with one another with the ultimate objective of maximising drone operations for public safety.  DRONERESPONDERS program is led by director Chief Charles Werner (ret.), and is an official 501(c)3 non-profit Drones for Good™ program of AIRT, Inc.

Miriam McNabb is the Editor of, a global commercial drone news site established in 2013 to support and inform the industry.  DRONELIFE is proud to support the public safety community as a sponsor and platform for The Public Safety Drone Review.

Timothy Martin is a recently retired Police Captain with 28 years of law enforcement experience, serving as the UAS Program Manager for the Huntington Beach Police Department for more than 5 years. Tim has extensive public safety UAS experience in patrol operations, crowd management, special events, 3D mapping, and indoor tactical flying.

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