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.

Our volunteer corps bridge the 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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AIRT Task Force One

 

OBJECTIVE:  AIRT Task Force One (AIRT-TF-1) is a deployable non-profit resource with unique capabilities in the area of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), geospatial information systems (GIS), and emergency management. Many AIRT-TF-1 team members are widely regarded as renowned subject matter experts in their respective fields. 

 

AIRT-TF-1 members have trained public safety, law enforcement, fire rescue, emergency management, critical infrastructure, and security personnel on the use of unmanned systems and how to effectively use the imagery and data captured by satellites and drones.

AIRT-TF-1 members are available for U.S. domestic and international deployment for disaster resilience, preparedness, response, and recovery operations upon request and invitation by host entities.

PROGRAM LAUNCH:  2017

BUDGET:  Project based

FUNDING SOURCES:  contracts, grants, sponsorships, and donations.

ACCOUNTABILITY:  Quarterly reports commencing Q1, 2020

PROGRAM MANAGER:  Christopher Todd, CEM, FPEM   ctodd@airt.ngo

NORTH BAY COUNTY, FL - Members of AIRT Task Force 1 team up with Florida Task Force 1 Urban Search and Rescue Team to conduct damage assessment and force protection missions in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in 2018.

Catch a glimpse of how AIRT Task Force 1 worked with Florida Task Force 1 Urban Search and Rescue Team in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Florida's Panhandle region.