If you plan on operating a UAV within the US (or anywhere for that matter) you might want to ask what safety measures a prospective UAV provides when things do not go according to plan. For example if a control servo, sensor, or motor fails over a populated area what happens to your aircraft and your investment? Or what happens if a privately owned Cessna, News Helicopter, or Life Flight decides to fly right through your airspace and cannot see your system?
As the first UAV designed specifically for the public safety market we at Falcon UAV understand that safety and liability are principle concerns to any unmanned aircraft program. From an operational standpoint we also understand that you will need to operate from constrained quarters with limited landing access. Therefore we have implemented a parachute recovery into the Falcon UAV that may be used as a primary vertical landing method or at any point in the flight where safety demands the aircraft be recovered.