Increasing use of drones raises issues not only for privacy but most importantly safety. Rogue drones are being used to obtain personal information (such as images) of individuals without their permission or knowledge.
Although, drone operators are being forced by law to keep drones at least 50 metres away from a person, vehicle, building or structure, we are still witnessing many invasions of privacy or health-threatening situations caused by rogue drones.
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compatible with existing security systems
allowing forensic analysis on the captured subject
always in stand-by mode waiting for the next mission
A powerful on-board computer allows our drone hunter to quickly react to its surrounding and skilfully evaluate upcoming situations.
After the drone hunter receives a signal from external detection system it autonomously takes off. The AI then takes the lead and autonomously flies towards the spot of intrusion. The drone hunter independently maneuvers around obstacles, detects the intruder and autonomously captures it.
Our drone hunter uses non-destructive eliminating method which allows forensic analysis to be performed on the captured subject, maximizing the chances of capturing the perpetrator.
Eagle.One is always in stand-by mode prepared to start a mission in 5 seconds as soon as it receives a signal from the detection system.
Our drone hunter is fully compatible with existing security system. Once integrated with detection system the drone hunter is fully autonomous from take off to landing.
The drone hunter can also be paired with our smartphone application. Trained personnel then has full control over the drone hunter.