ZALA AERO took part in the command-staff exercises of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Votkinsky district, Udmurt Republic.
From September 22 to September 23, 2020, ZALA AERO unmanned complexes took part in planned command-staff exercises to protect against emergencies related to the oil and petroleum products spills on the territory of the Udmurt Republic. Practical actions were worked out to detect and eliminate emergencies by rescue services.
The exercise was conducted jointly with representatives of the government of the Urals, the EMERCOM of Russia for the Urals, the administration of the Votkinsky district, and the Transneft Kama Region, JSC.
A small-sized ZALA 421-22 system with a Gas Detector payload that can identify range concentrations of gas from 0.01 to 1000 mg/m3 was used for emergency reconnaissance.
The ZALA AERO team successfully passed the examinations and performed HD video shooting in real-time with the subsequent transmission of the received data to the interested authorities of the Udmurt Republic.
During the same period, ZALA AERO systems were involved in similar command-staff exercises of the Ministry of Emergencies, but in the city of Pugachev, Saratov region. The main task was to identify areas of possible emergencies from the air for the possible oil spills along riverbeds.
As a result of the exercise, the readiness of the management was assessed, and suggestions were made to improve the work on detecting and eliminating emergencies.