On February 26, 2021, ZALA AERO unmanned systems took part in the command-and-staff exercises of PJSC Slavneft-Megionneftegaz. The main objective of the exercise was to check the readiness of the emergency rescue teams and services of the enterprise.
During the exercise, a simulated fire was detected and eliminated at one of the technological facilities, and the consequences of an oil and oil product spill on the ground and an adjacent reservoir were localized.
The operational headquarters of OJSC Slavneft-Megionneftegaz was continuously receiving information from the ZALA 421-16E HD unmanned aerial vehicle, which monitored the operational situation on the ground, coordinated the course of exercises and the development of events in the accident zone.
The calculation of external pilots ZALA AERO has successfully completed the task of video monitoring of the earth's surface in the conditions of simulating a man-made accident.
The results of the exercises testify to the high level of readiness of the management personnel and emergency rescue teams of OJSC Slavneft-Megionneftegaz, as well as to well-coordinated actions in the work of teams in air, on land, and in water to localize and eliminate the consequences of technogenic emergencies.