Aerial security surveillance operations are growing at a tremendous rate.
In pursuit of a better ROI and effective use of resources, the businesses are now upgrading their security and surveillance systems. Efforts are being taken to make them mobile, automated and more efficient by using drones. According to Toptal, the commercial drone business represents the fastest growth opportunity, projected to reach $13 billion between 2016 and 2020. This gives us a glimpse of the potential that it holds.
Human patrols, vehicles, fixed CCTV, IP cameras and ground sensors have been around at a large scale for the past decade, but they do have their demerits; even at their best such systems are vulnerable to attacks and failures. Drones, on the other hand, can provide a movable and unrestricted bird’s eye view of the area under surveillance. This saves time and costs;