Drones with night vision camera
Being able to see in the dark with a. drone with a night vision camera is a massive advantage when operations have to be conducted by people, especially when this can be done remotely.
With the introduction of camera mounted drones most camera manufacturers have developed camera ‘cores’ which is basically just the working part of the camera with all the casing stripped away so that the camera can be integrated into the gimbal of the drone. This has provided significant advances for organisations needing to conduct inspection for surveillance remotely.
Growing drone security market
Security and surveillance are one of the biggest growth areas in the ever-expanding UAV sector. While it’s a relatively recent addition to enterprise toolkits in many industries, the use of drones to provide aerial assessments of activities on the ground is still one of its most prominent use cases.
UAVs can cover vastly more terrain than slower, less mobile ground-based surveillance solutions and are smaller, cheaper, and more efficient than other forms of manned-aircraft like helicopters, and have opened a huge market in this space.
Drones are being used in a wide variety of security applications, from monitoring borders and perimeters and large area ISR operations to responding to incident alarms and conducting reconnaissance.
Key considerations for prospective enterprise drone customers
Perhaps the most important consideration for prospective enterprise drone customers is sensor package and for that one has to take into account the distribution of light energy across the electromagnetic spectrum.
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