NRL 2020: drone solutions are being explored to have fans return
Trials have started at one of rugby league’s main stadium hubs — Bankwest Stadium — to test the effectiveness of drones spraying seats with a safe and effective sanitising solution.
A drone flew inside the venue yesterday spraying seats, walkways and handrails as the stadium prepares to host its comeback rugby league match between South Sydney and the Roosters on Friday night.
Westpac Little Ripper Drones making Headlines
NEW drone technology giving back vital seconds to lifesavers has been unveiled on a Gold Coast beach.
The technology, part of a partnership between tech giant Amazon Web Services and rescue drone company Westpac Little Ripper, cuts the time it takes to stream drone footage back to the pilot, potentially saving lives.
Westpac Little Ripper Drones Keep Watch over Blackmores Bilgola Swim
Westpac Little Ripper drones were on duty again this year at the Blackmores Bilgola swim, keeping watch of the swimmers taking part in this iconic event. Thanks to Marcus Blackmore for his continued support through Blackmores sponsorship of the event, his home beach and through the Little Ripper he donated last year.
Safety from the sky: Shark spotting drones rolled out across Australia
What do you do when you become the killer shark capital of the world, have to ban residents and visitors from even entering the water and your tourism industry goes into freefall? The answer, in the case of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, is ask us for help. SharkSpotter is a world-leading artificial intelligence technology developed by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and operated by the Ripper Group.
9 News Presenter rescued – Surf Life Saving Queensland and Westpac Little Ripper Lifesaver
Westpac Little Ripper Lifesaver drones and our partner’s Surf Life Saving Queensland on patrol this summer. 9 News anchor, Andrew Lofthouse get rescued by this proven cutting edge technology on the Sunshine Coast this week.
Incredibly accurate shark spotting drone keeping Aussie beach goers safe
WORLD first, Australian made AI is making waves in the tech circuit as a reliable assistant in search and rescue operations and it could be the solution needed to replace controversial shark nets used at some east coast beaches in the future.
The lifesaving technology — SharkSpotter — is being used in the Westpac Little Ripper Lifesaver ‘smart drone’ to monitor Australian beaches from the sky and it’s able to find a needle in a haystack.
The World’s Oldest Living Culture Embraces Hi Tech Skills To Save Lives
The Juraki Surf Culture group from Fingal in New South Wales Australia newly trained indigenous UAV pilots trained by the Westpac Little Ripper team.
?? Australia to use drones to help rescue stranded swimmers | Al Jazeera English
Al Jazeera focuses on the Westpac Little Ripper drones and the cutting edge technology for search and rescue.