Emergency response

Emergency response challenges

Effective emergency response depends on rapid gathering and analysis of accurate data from remote and often inaccessible locations. In the event of natural disasters, safety and security events – situational awareness is the first step towards saving lives and mitigating damage. Existing solutions that rely on subjective manual data collection or ground-based teams put employees at serious risk and leave decisionmakers flying blind – unable to deliver an optimal crisis response.

fire emergency

The only solution for emergency response

Autonomous robots powered by Percepto AIM automatically and remotely assess emergency sites – 24/7 and in nearly any weather conditions.

Leveraging a range high quality visual data, Percepto helps critical infrastructure and industrial organizations, as well as emergency first responders, react more effectively and expediently to crises.

Automated emergency response managed by
Percepto AIM offers:


Increased productivity
and efficiency

Streamlined operations & faster,
more efficient first response.



Autonomous robots respond to safety and security events, enhancing situational awareness and keeping your employees safe.


Enhanced emergency

Automatic, immediate and remote
AI-driven situational awareness
even in inaccessible areas.


Streamlined regulatory

Maintain a digital system of records
of site asset integrity and emergency situations as they unfold.

How our clients safely and efficiently respond to emergencies

Verizon monitors critical infrastructure during wildfires with Percepto autonomous drones

Concerned that the deadly Pacific Northwest wildfire damage could potentially interrupt critical rescue and firefighting communications, Verizon needed to urgently assess the integrity of its equipment and facility. They received an emergency beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) waiver from the FAA to conduct autonomous drone inspections of their power line remotely, allowing Verizon to quickly cover a lot of ground, inspecting power lines without putting their team of engineers in harm’s way.

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