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Drones Are No Longer Flying Under the Radar

A Phoenix Unmanned Vehicle University official is voicing concern about the proliferation of consumer market drones. But the emergence of drones also poses video surveillance revenue opportunities.


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Japanese security firm Secom released a new security drone at the International Drone Expo that will launch when it detects an intruder, follow the person, and send video to security professionals. The device features a high-definition camera and several sensors. SSI Staff · May 22, 2015

Stampede and Unmanned Vehicle University's strategic alliances helps dealers educate clients on drone use and safety. By Kevin Kelly · April 01, 2015

A Phoenix Unmanned Vehicle University official is voicing concern about the proliferation of consumer market drones. But the emergence of drones also poses video surveillance revenue opportunities. Scott Goldfine · December 29, 2014

Expect companies across many verticals to utilize camera drones in security and surveillance applications in the coming year. By Kevin Kelly · September 16, 2014

Officials with the New York Police Department believe that drones could help the city combat crime as well as help the fire department determine the extent of a fire. SSI Staff · May 21, 2014

Residents in the city of Compton are outraged that the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department tested aerial surveillance in 2012 without their knowledge. SSI Staff · April 29, 2014

The chatter about Unmanned Aerial Systems from military use to the commercial sector is lively and controversial, and makes me wonder if it is the next opportunity for the security industry. January 08, 2014



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