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Civil Defense in the Emirate of Dubai is buying 20 aircraft of the type Jetpack
Signed this week, the Emirate of Dubai contract with the Flyers maker Martin Martin to buy 20 aircraft from flying explorer type jetpack in order to cope with fires in high-rise buildings, and you’ll get the Emirate of Dubai within the deal on two simulation to train teams of civil defense in the emirate of Dubai on the use of aircraft.
He submitted expert Ali Hassan Al Mutawa, Director of Operations of the General Administration of Civil Defence in Dubai that the use of these aircraft will be very useful, particularly in emergencies within the city, which witnessed an increasing number of skyscrapers.
Lt. Col. “We have sometimes present challenges or difficulties to gain access to the upper floors of those buildings, and this type of aircraft can reach a narrow size places, making it easier situation, we will modify and adjust the development of thermal imaging cameras.”
He submitted “civil defense will in the Emirate of Dubai to train firefighters to use during rescue operations, and is the rescue operations and fire-fighting priority we have, and in the next phase we will work on the development of communication systems through these aircraft in various emergency conditions.”
The Martin company manufacturing this type of aircraft used two helicopters in the form of a tubular supported by drive from V4 to class, and can fly to an altitude of 3,000 feet at speeds up to 74 kilometers per hour, aviation and can continuously for a distance of between 30 to 50 kilometers, or an average of 30 minutes per trip per.
Martin and exposed like many companies within the same field, which manufactures Jetpack aircraft to a delay in the production schedule, with a per plane depending on the price of the Company’s current estimates of about $ 150 thousand.
This delay did not prevent the delivery schedule of the Emirate of Dubai signed a contract with the company, which is based in New Zealand, as the Emirate of Dubai Police has a fleet of super sports cars like the Bugatti Veyron, which priced at $ 1.5 million Aston Martin One-77, which priced at 1.8 million dollars.
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