UNTV Drone Technology Soars High In the Sky

UNTV is a television station who is known for catering the most number of public services in the Philippines. It is also known to have many innovations and “firsts” when it comes to charities and works for the greater good of the public regardless of race, religion and other aspects.

UNTV has now launched the use of the aerial drones that are used for reporting. This UNTV drone technology is able to capture vast coverage perspective in different places. Last year, December 2014, UNTV drone was used to explore the vast destruction that the typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) has brought to Tacloban, Leyte in the Philippines.

Daniel Razon, CEO of the UNTV station, says that UNTV was the first to use this kind of technology when in comes to reporting. Aside from this being first, is not the only aspect that they are focused on but for the rescue undertakings that the UNTV has.

Daniel Razon also shares that one of the things that they are acquiring now are the drones that can carry life buoy aside from the aerial drone that they have right now.

This is a video courtesy of UNTV station on their official Youtube channel

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On this picture, Argie Purisima, one of the UNTV station cameramen, surrounded by media correspondents from other TV networks. (Photo courtesy of Mon Jocson – @ramonjocson, UNTV reporter)

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