Security Applications

Understanding the complex, uncertain and dangerous environments that safety and security organizations operate in is key to decision making.  Real-time access to detailed scene information in hard to access areas night or day can provide a decision superiority edge to safety and security professionals.  UAVs provide law enforcement, firefighting and search and rescue organizations access to critical and timely scene information.

Using our technology,  data can be collected for almost any site due to small take-off and landing zone requirements.  The payload/sensor options combined with position hold and long endurance give key scene information in anywhere night or day.

Our platforms  provide long endurance streaming video to cover large area search and rescue or hot-spot locating in a large area fire.

Security & Surveillance

There is a broad range of surveillance applications for UAVs in all types of demanding and dangerous environments. These include: border control, aerial reconnaissance, corporate security, disaster monitoring, crowd control.


The future of Disaster Response will rely on UAVs. They can launch quickly in dangerous situations, locate survivors and send data about their whereabouts to responders on the ground.

There is a lot of excitement about drones in the public-safety world, and their use in the field after natural disasters: fires, tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, floods and any other disaster. They also monitor and map disaster sites.

The benefits of drones in an emergency are reach, speed, safety and cost. Even without power, a UAV can fly through the dark and live-stream night-vision footage to people on the ground, its paths automatically programmed so it doesn’t miss any spot. A mounted infrared camera can pick up on heat signatures of bodies, pinpointing the locations of survivors so rescuers know where to go to find them. They can also see through smoke in fires.

Drones create very little sound and can even be outfitted with advanced listening devices to pick up hard-to-hear audio. They can go into dangerous situations that would pose a risk to pilots or responders on foot. UAVs also weigh little, not disturbing what’s on the ground, even when they are hovering close.