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Surveillance Sector

Facility Perimeter Control

  • Drones having autonomous task performance characteristics can be set for scheduled missions and can manoeuvre regions that would otherwise be impossible to access, bolstering reactive and preemptive security presence.
  • Drone surveillance film provides increased visibility into both aerial and extremely difficult regions, decreasing human risks on-site.

Remote Area Inspection

  • Inspection drones are revolutionising manual inspection processes by allowing inspectors to collect data faster while eliminating slower manual stages that put them in risk.
  • Manually examining a cell tower, for example, may include climbing many stories up a tower to get a good look at a guy-wire. 
  • Moreover, manually inspecting an industrial boiler may necessitate climbing fifty feet or more into the air on scaffolding.

Anti Poaching

  • One of the most appealing features of drones is their capacity to transport a wide range of payloads that are modular and thus interchangeable. 
  • At night, infrared sensors can detect animal or human heat signatures, strobes can be used to spotlight poachers, magnetic sensors can detect the presence of guns, and sound recorders can detect gunfire, establish its location, and determine weapon profiles.

Securing Large Infrastructure

  • You may overlay structures into their environment using drone orthophotos and 3D models to obtain a good feel of how a new building might look adjacent to an existing one. 
  • You can evaluate the new project’s influence on the neighbourhood from both a functional and aesthetic standpoint. Cast shadows and outlooks/views can also be analysed and visualised using 3D models. 
  • To supplement existing data, you can extract exact data such as curb or manhole measurements and integrate them into your CAD or GIS software.
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