DEEMI loves to participate and get involved with community events like the following:


Push-A-Humvee  – Annual fundraiser with UMaine Omega Mu chapter of the Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) fraternity to raise money for USO troops.


DEEMI FIJI huunvee push

DEEMI FIJI first annual humvee push

Parades – Special Olympics, Veterans Day, Forth of July in Orono, Old Town and Bangor – who doesn’t love a good parade?

DEEMI humvee parade OT

DEEMI humvee drone parade VA

DEEMI humvee drone parade2 VA


Wilderness Walk for Warriors – Hike with participants carrying flags of American, Army , Navy , Air Force , Marines , National Guard , American Legion , K.I.A , P.O.W. / M.I.A. and others to remember Maine’s Fallen service members and comrades, and help and assist active service members and veterans who are in need.

Touch-A-Truck – this year in Bangor, Veazie, Hampden – a special event usually sponsored by community recreation programs or local schools, where young students and their parents can see a huge variety of large trucks and vehicles, learn about them and best yet – get to touch them, operate their sirens, turn on their emergency lights, pretend to drive them, etc. Fun for the whole family!




Guest speakers – In Aug 2018, The Maine Robotics Camp Program asked us if we would come speak before a combined advanced robotics and computer build class about the use of technology in Search & Rescue. We brought over our DJI Inspire 1 drone (UAV), affectionatly called “Bid Bird”. and spoke on the importance of aerial high res photography and infrared sensing with a FLIR in Search & Rescue efforts..

Safety workshops – The Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine was host to this focus on safety in the workplace. We brought our drones and display on how DEEMI practices volunteer, vehicle and drone safety.

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If your community or special event is interested in having DEEMI participate or show the attending public current techniques and technology in Search & Rescue, or discussing the do’s and dont’s of hiking, exploring or riding in the woods, give us a call at 207-866-2109.