In cooperation with drone manufacturer DJI:
SeaHelp at the 50th boot Düsseldorf in hall 11, booth E 21
Even though the new year has just begun, the boats in the winter camp are eagerly awaiting the first rays of spring – the next water sports season usually starts sooner than you think. Traditionally in Europe already with the opening of the boot Düsseldorf on 19 January 2019.
Visitors to the SeaHelp stand in Hall 11, No E21 can expect a special highlight: Here, SeaHelp members – and of course all those who are interested in the services of the largest and most powerful nautical breakdown service in Europe, can not just stop off at the stressful trade fair visit but also get information about new SeaHelp benefit partners.
The DJI presentation at the SeaHelp stand should be particularly interesting: The world’s leading manufacturer of drones for private and professional applications, DJI, presents itself via its German distribution partner Solectric on the SeaHelp booth. The aim is to familiarize the water sports enthusiasts, but also the companies and institutions that are directly or indirectly connected with water sports, with the possibilities of modern drones for work and leisure. Drone technology is being used successfully today by amateur filmmakers and professional rescue organizations worldwide. For this reason, DJI also presents a special drone with a thermal imaging camera at boot in Dusseldorf, which has already been able to provide valuable services in the search for missing persons, among other things. Likewise in the DJI portfolio: Drones that can throw off life-saving equipment in distress via floats. The DJI experts at the SeaHelp stand provide advice on the many possible uses, not just in water sports.
SeaHelp boss Wolfgang Dauser: “SeaHelp has been gaining experience with the DJI drones for more than two years in the creation of the area guide. However, the capabilities of modern, reliable drones go far beyond filming. By working with DJI, it is possible to integrate the drone technology more into professional use.” In addition to private users, the target groups are, of course, police, fire brigades, customs, authorities and rescue organizations.
Not only in the air, even under water, the small drones have long arrived. With the Gladius, Solectric is presenting a small, agile submarine drone with diving depths of up to 70 meters at the SeaHelp stand, which is suitable for private underwater shots, salvage operations, seabed searching or underwater vessel inspection.
Last but not least, the visitors can expect a raffle with valuable prizes for the first time, in which the new SeaHelp cooperation partner Garmin also participates.
A visit to the SeaHelp booth is definitely worthwhile. More about other interesting highlights that SeaHelp presents at the anniversary boot will follow soon on the SeaHelp homepage.