Drone to survey Danish maritime


The EU Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) is assisting Denmark’s customs and navy in monitoring North Sea waters with a drone.

EMSA has begun a four-month deployment of a “Remotely Piloted Aircraft System” (RPAS) to support the Royal Danish Navy and Danish customs.

The new service features a hybrid quadcopter capable of vertical take-off and landing, marking its first use in an EMSA mission.

The drone, operated by Nordic Unmanned using an Aerosonde hybrid quadcopter, combines a fixed wing for long distances with four propellers for VTOL capability.

Environmental monitoring is key: the drone can detect potential oil spills and discharges, supplementing EMSA’s CleanSeaNet satellite service.

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Narjiss Ghajour

Editor-in-Chief of Maritime Professionals
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