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Mountain accidents happen constantly every year.Rescuers first looked for survivors when a mountain disaster situation occurred in the past. However, the number of rescuers had to be high, and the time to travel to the search area was long, and the difficulty doubled in areas with difficult access. It has come to think of ways to minimize casualties, secure rescuers and search and rescue isolated survivors within "golden time." The concept is uses GPS to quickly find survivors. By installing unmanned aerial vehicles in these dangerous areas, rescue workers are safe, enabling more rescue efforts to find survivors at "golden time.

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Daejin University

Daejin University
Seoul, Korea, South Korea

wongyu yang,
Daejin University