Based in Miami, AIRT® is a Florida-registered 501(c)3 non-profit, non-governmental organization specializing in the research, coordination, and deployment of unmanned aerospace and aviation resources for public safety, disaster assistance and humanitarian relief.  We operate Drones For Good™ and serve as the official home of DRONERESPONDERS.

Our volunteers bridge gaps between government, industry, and academia by using innovative airborne systems to help people prepare for, respond to, and recover from complex emergencies and disasters.

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DRONES FOR GOOD™

HOMESTEAD, FL - Dr. Bertrand Dano (right) demonstrates the potential of unmanned aerial vehicles for disaster response -- also known as "Drones for Good™" -- to Cindee Markes and Renato Corazza of Motorola Solutions.  The Motorola Solutions Foundation is a supporter of AIRT and the Drones For Good™ program.

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OBJECTIVE:  To provide innovative unmanned aviation capabilities to help people and communities prepare for, respond to, and recover from complex emergencies and major disasters. 

AIRT's Drones for Good™ program serves as a transitional gateway for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs focused on UAS (unmanned aircraft systems) outreach targeting youth, vulnerable populations, and first responders to segway into the development of robust UAS operations that help save lives and protect property.

PROGRAM LAUNCH:  2019

BUDGET:  Annual

FUNDING SOURCES:  grants, sponsorships, and donations.

ACCOUNTABILITY:  Bi-annual reports commencing Q2/Q3, 2020

PROGRAM MANAGER:  Christopher Todd, ctodd@airt.ngo