Skyship 600 Can Find Infected, Locate Dead
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
Adamus Corporation and its partner Skyship Services, operators of the world’s only fleet of military grade large airships is offering for use in West Africa, one of its Skyship 600’s. Julian Benscher, Skyship founder along with Gordon Duff, Adamus managing director, are offering to make available to the governments of West Africa a fully equipped 200 foot, 12 passenger airship.
Skyship Services and Adamus Corporation “Cloud Lab”
The Adamus skyship is capable of locating potential Ebola sufferers in remote villages. Hyperspectral sensors can recognize disease symptoms from as high as 4000 feet even inside buildings. More importantly, the advanced skyship, designed initially to locate IED’s, weapons caches and operate as an electronic warfare command platform, can locate unburied dead as well.
Duff, a specialist on African cultural issues is quoted,
“Tribal customs in West Africa prevent the disposal of human remains by cremation. Traditional burial customs, particularly those that involved washing the bodies of the dead and the laying on of hands curing funeral ceremonies is suicidal under current circumstances.”
Benscher, who developed the Skyship 600, states,
“We can cover up to 500 miles a day and stay aloft for days at a time if necessary. We can directly transmit to the ground or to Adamus satellites. From there, we can direct aid workers and oversee all movement within a region, even through dense foliage using our thermal sensors and synthetic aperture radar. If something isn’t done to provide effective treatment to those currently suffering as quickly as possible, mortality rates will increase even beyond their current very high level of 70%.”
Skyships are more than simply capable of up to 500 miles per day, they can fly continually and can remain on station like a ship at anchor. They are used by the US government to test experimental defense electronics which can be adapted, because of their advanced nature, for medical related disaster recovery efforts.
“A skyship can be used as a disaster recovery communications center, remaining on station if necessary for days at a time. The ability to broadcast not only live HD video but scientific data as well, even to the molecular level (classified) can give Africa and the world its first real look at the extent of the disaster and, perhaps, a way of bringing it under control with fewer deaths.”
“We are only waiting for an OK from agencies involved and our teams are ready to move.”
This skyship fleet has protected Olympic games, patrolled the Caribbean, and done oceanographic research off 4 continents. With Ebola as a potential terror threat as well as disaster for humanity, Adamus asks of its defense partners to consider the classified technologies at hand and how we can offer them during this time of need.