Search and Rescue UAV updated

Above and Beyond has refitted unmanned aerial vehicles for Search and Rescue / Aerial Survey for Hurricane Irma.

IRMA, as of this posting, regained it’s former strength to again become a category 5 Hurricane capable of similar, if not worse, damage than Hurricane Andrew caused to the State of Florida back in the early 1990’s.

In response, we have refitted unmanned aerial vehicles to include Search Lighting, Anti-Collision Lighting (to FAA standards) and Payload Drop Systems, while still maintaining 4k ultra high definition aerial Photography and Videography.

Search Lighting, Anti-Collision Lighting and Payload Drop System Added

Storm Surge of up to six feet is expected in the Central Brevard area and Mandatory Evacuations are in place for zone A of the County. Homeowners on the barrier islands and Low lying areas are expected to flood.

The National Weather Service has issued an Emergency Alert / Extreme Threat Alert for the area as of  12:04 am. telling residents to check local media and authorities as this storm and its destructive path grow.

Shelters are open and Florida Governor Rick Scott has said that the time to Evacuate has passed, Residents should seek shelter in place.

Fuel and Supplies are a priority as the National Guard and every local Emergency Agency stand at the ready. provides Free assistance to Emergency Services.

FAA Certified UAS Pilots