Drone Surveillance Stories March 26

The Australian Navy could soon be using helicopter drones to keep an eye on things, as it furthered Project Sea 129 earlier this week. The Australian Navy has shortlisted companies into the next round, with Northrop Grumman and Leonardo Australia being chosen.

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Drone Surveillance Stories March 24

Easy Aerial, a company that specializes in drone-in-a-box solutions tailored for inspection, monitoring, and surveillance has announced a new COO. Pilot Timothy T. Tenne – who has a pretty impressive background with the FAA and the Air Force – is taking on the position. And he’ll be busy.

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Drone Surveillance Stories February 24

Israeli computer vision company AnyVision has recently filed a patent that will allow drones to locate and identify people easily from the air. The patent covers how the technology will allow the drone to adjust its position to see faces clearly.

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Drone Surveillance Stories February 12

A new surveillance drone will be deployed by the Canadian Coast Guard in trials funded by Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC). Kongsberg Geospatial has been selected as the firm to oversee the tests, which involve MartinUAV’s innovative V-BAT drone.

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Drone Surveillance Stories February 10

Autonomous surveillance and inspection drone company Azur Drones has tested its Skeyetech drone-in-a-box at the Orano La Hague nuclear fuel site in France. The drones will aid the security and surveillance team currently deployed at the site.

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Drone Surveillance Stories January 12

Being an avid drone pilot myself, I always wonder what the current “video surveillance” system would be like if drones were used. If this were a real thing today, how would it work?

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