GDU SAGA drone Assists Spanish Police Urging Citizens to Stay Home
"Please leave the park", "go home", "please stay at home". After the Spanish Prime Minister announced on the 14th that the 15-day strict shutdown policy will be implemented across the country, the country's police also used drone patrols to call for people to stay at home and not go out.
"The health department advised, please go home and leave the park." A video released by the BBC on the 15th showed that Madrid police in Spain used drones to patrol the park and ask the crowd gathered in the park to leave. It is reported that the drone manufacturer is from Shenzhen, China. The drone used by Madrid Police in Spain this time is the drone GDU SAGA owned by GDU-Tech Co., Ltd. During the coronavirus outbreak, the Spanish police adopted GDU SAGA with a megaphone. In addition to the fire alarm sound and car whistle sound, the megaphone can also realize real-time voice conversation. The effective transmission range is up to 300m. It is widely used in public safety, police law enforcement and other scenarios. In addition, GDU SAGA is compatible with a variety of payloads, which can also carry infrared camera to carry out long distance accurate temperature measurement of the crowd. In addition, GDU SAGA, the product of GDU-Tech Co., Ltd, reached cooperation with government around the world to effectively assists the prevention and control of the coronavirus in each country.
According to data released by the Spanish Ministry of Health at 11:30 on the 15th, there were 2000 new positive coronavirus cases diagnosed in Spain compared to the previous day at 12 o'clock, and a total of 7753 confirmed cases, of which 288 died and 382 were critically ill. Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez announced on the 14th that in order to curb the spread of coronavirus, Spain will now implement a strict 15-day shutdown policy across the country. Under strict shutdown policy the Spanish people cannot leave their homes except in certain circumstances. Specific situations include the purchase of necessities such as food, medicine, medical treatment, and travel to the workplace.
Police use drones to enforce movement restrictions in Spain's fight against the coronavirus infection. On Saturday, the country's 47 million citizens were ordered to stay indoors except for necessary trips. Social gatherings were banned.
Spanish police used drones to urge people to stay home amid a national lockdown due to COVID-19 outbreak
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