The ultimate solution for emergency situation management

With Skeyetech E2: inform, coordinate, direct, decide.

The moments immediately following an incident are crucial. Skeyetech E2 makes it possible to reach the scene of an accident or incident very quickly, and to provide the most accurate views to rescue operation decision-makers or coordinators.

Skeyetech E2 also supports operational staff by providing unparalleled aerial visual support. By day or by night, Skeyetech E2 is thus able to provide information that will allow units in the field to act effectively and safely.

Improved responsiveness

  • Deployment in less than 30 seconds;
  • Fast and fact-based assessment of the situation;
  • A doubt elimination tool of recognised effectiveness.

Precise air support

  • First on the scene to inform the command centre;
  • Using daytime and night time resources, ability to provide high quality views, both by day and by night;
  • Using active image analysis (analytics), ability to provide accurate and factual information.

Situational assessment

Alarm verification, lift of doubt

Click & go

Exclusive system allowing the operator to appoint a destination in Skeyetech E2 perimeter

Aerial visual support

Skeyetech E2 takes-off and proceeds to its mission collecting aerial data

Crisis management operations

Captation of datas on risk areas (gas, nuclear pollution, environmental pollution…)

They trust Azur Drones

“With its automated operations and sensors, the Skeyetech system enables us to save a considerable amount of time on the average intervention. There is no need for a remote pilot. The teams on the ground concentrate on the most important part of the operation, i.e. victim rescue and assistance. Before the rescuers get to the victim, our teams have a real-time situation update: number and condition of the victims, context and progress of the mission… Thanks to Skeyetech, we will certainly be able to improve our efficiency and intervention time.”

Major Mathieu Giroir

Initiator & coordinator of the project within the Paris Fire Brigade’s Forward Planning & Research Department