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Diamond Aircraft discovered forest fires

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: Austria Aircraft: Airplanes

The flight crews of the Austrian aircraft manufacturer Diamond Aircraft Industries GmbH, based in Wiener Neustadt, have discovered a starting forest fire during a test flight with the DA42 MPP (Multipurpose Platform) remote sensing aircraft equipped with a new camera system that has been tested for disaster relief , After assessing the situation and assessing the situation, the crew immediately contacted the tower of the Wiener Neustadt Ost (LOAN) airport, which had informed the responsible personnel who were not aware of this incident. The aircraft circled over the firebrand until the fire brigade arrived to control the situation and to report on the development.

The special aircraft of Diamond Aircraft are among other things excellently suitable for the support in the fight against fire. In this way, the aircraft, equipped with a special camera, can be used to locate infrared aerial images with the help of the help of the help of the help of the help of the free eye, which can not be spotted. Already in August 2010 two Diamond Aircraft special aircraft helped in the fight against the devastating forest fires in the Ukraine.



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