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15 drones will monitor Cancún and the coast of Quintana Roo from the air

by Sofia Navarro
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Governor Mara Lezama has introduced the new drones that the Secretaría de Seguridad Ciudadana (SSC) will use for aerial surveillance. They are the DJI Mavic 3T Enterprise model, which will be operated by the tactical group Jaguar.

“We are reinforcing our security system with the implementation of new technological tools. These drones have three cameras: one is a 48-megapixel wide-angle camera, the second has zoom capabilities, and the third is thermal, which will allow us to reach remote places even at night,” Lezama said.

There will be 15 drones flying the skies of Quintana Roo, each with an average of two pilots. At the moment, 10 people are undergoing training to fulfill these roles, and they are experienced engineers in drone flight.

The DJI Mavic 3T Enterprise is a small industrial drone specialized in precision and efficiency for critical tasks such as search and rescue, inspections, and night operations. It features a mechanical shutter and a 56x zoom camera, as reported by SSC to La Verdad Noticias.

This drone model includes a real-time kinematic (RTK) module, a special technique for satellite positioning that can produce centimeter-level accuracy.

Its flight time is 30 minutes according to the institution itself, with a maximum of 40 minutes. It can reach an altitude of 120 meters and has a range of two kilometers in all directions. Its 100W charging center allows for quick charging, ensuring greater efficiency.

The lifespan of these products depends on their usage; however, SSC noted that it extends to more than 15,000 flights, approximately four years.

Currently, there is a list of 10 professionals who are the first drone pilots, although training was provided to a group of 11.

They are part of the tactical team Jaguar and are experienced individuals in flying this type of technological device. All of them have undergone at least three weeks of training by the institution.

“We are completing the training of the first group of 11 members who will be integrated into the operation of the drones in the security efforts in the state,” commented Julio César Gómez Torres, Secretary of Public Safety.

He explained that there will be two types of drones, one of them will be tactical, used for pursuit tasks and piloted by professionals, while five drones will have fixed take-off bases for their tasks.

The purchase of these state-of-the-art technology equipment is part of a historic investment aimed at strengthening security in the state, a priority of Governor Mara Lezama’s government.

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