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Silent Falcon UAS Technologies Conducts Analysis On Missing Man Aerials In Organ Mountains

on August 8, 2019 - 8:24am
Silent Falcon UAS Technologies was established to bring state-of-the-art technologies to small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS). Courtesy/ Silent Falcon UAS Technologies
ALBUQUERQUE The manufacturer of two New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) fixed-wing drones, Silent Falcon UAS Technologies, will critically analyze aerial video and electro-optical images for any trace of Steven Carey, the California man missing in the Organ Mountains, east of Las Cruces.
DHSEM’s drones are still in production and were not in the weekend search.
Silent Falcon mobilized its unmanned aerial response team Saturday morning on the west side of the Organ Mountains in the area of Baylor Canyon Trail and continued aerial observation until approximately 10 p.m. The sister of the missing man appealed to New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham who offered coordination assistance through the Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
The New-Mexican-based drone company will now comb through hours of images in search of any evidence or information which could be helpful in finding Carey who was last seen in the area in early July. Carey’s sister from Philadelphia, PA, came to Las Cruces to launch a grass-roots search Saturday and Sunday.
Silent Falcon is a New-Mexico based company, which produces unmanned aerial systems or drones to facilitate a wide array of aerial uses across government and commercial platforms around the world.
Any data that could be useful in shedding more light on Carey’s disappearance will be shared with the appropriate law enforcement agencies.