Project FIREDRONE

A project co-funded by the European Commission through the INTERREG France Channel England program

Project FIREDRONE - Interreg
Project FIREDRONE - European Union
Project FIREDRONE

About FIREDRONE

Fire/Fast Incident Response Equipment for the Description of Noxious Particle Emissions

INTERREG France Channel England – Learn More

Nov. 11, 2020 to June 3, 2023

European Union, through its INTERREG France Channel England funding program 

1.7 million €

National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) of Rouen – Learn More

INSA Rouen Normandie (CORIA Laboratory) – Learn More

University Rouen Normandie (CORIA Laboratory) – Learn More

ATMONormandie – Learn More

University of Southampton – Learn More

Consortiq – Learn More

Surrey Search and Rescue – Learn More

The FIREDRONE project will increase the safety, speed and accuracy of firefighters’ response to industrial fires and wildfires by developing a compact airborne robotic system for live monitoring dangerous emissions in smoke, designing its operational procedures and providing demonstrations to fire emergency services.

The project results will allow to analyse particles in fire smoke faster and cheaper than current equivalent solutions while providing more accurate data.


The system designers, a consortium of universities (INSA Rouen Normandie, University of Southampton, Université de Rouen Normandie) atmospheric authorities (AtmoNormandie) and drone operators and appliers (Consortiq, Surrey Search and Rescue) will work in close co-operation with end-users (the fire brigades and training centres) and experts in drone operations design and remote flight training of emergency services.

Thus, the project partners will deliver a well adapted high-end solution.

Read more about Consortiq’s involvement in the project here