Police and sheriff departments use thermal and aerial zoom cameras to find suspects, reconstruct accident scenes and locate subjects in almost any situation. Drone technology allows law enforcement to gain valuable ground and aerial intelligence without deploying officers or helicopters to a high-risk scene.
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Drone photography allows operators to fly over an accident and capture geotagged images to create a 3D model of the scene. Capturing aerial images without the deployment of a manned helicopter crew saves both time and money. And, because drones minimize the time officers have to remain on the scene, lanes can be reopened sooner, improving traffic flow and making the roads safer for both the public and the ground crew.
Search & Rescue (SAR)
High-payload and camera-equipped drones have already proved to be invaluable tools in search and rescue operations, significantly reducing the safety risk for both the rescuers and the party being rescued. Drones cover large areas with unmatched speed and can navigate any terrain to detect heat signatures and drop off life-saving supplies such as flotation devices.
Get a 360-degree view of a high-risk area and gain situational awareness using unmanned aircraft before deploying a SWAT team to a scene. Drones can enter buildings, survey the surroundings and transmit critical intelligence to the control center to aid in the execution of a tactical plan.
Drones can act as a persistent and surreptitious surveillance tool, orbiting and illuminating a scene during a high-risk situation or an incident. Thermal imaging provides the ability to monitor a defined area for activity and operation progress.
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