A Flying Drone Follows Intruders And Takes Pictures Them



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Secom has designed an advanced surveillance gear, a flying surveillance robot, which combines the maneuverability of a quadrotor with the intelligence gathering capabilities of a laser-guided camera. The drone is┬ábased on an existing robot from Ascending Technologies. This UAV features a laser sensor to detect movement within a predefined area, a sensitive camera with LED lights, a communications system to send the images back to base, and a computer to keep everything running. The quadcopter will automatically sneak up on the person and snaps them, and if they’re in a car, it can even get shots of the license plate for identification. The robot can fly around 15 minutes, then it returns to base and automatically reconnects to its charger.
Via:dvice.com

future, futuristic, UAV, Secom, flying surveillance robot, quadcopter, flying robot, surveillance robot, robotics

future, futuristic, UAV, Secom, flying surveillance robot, quadcopter, flying robot, surveillance robot, robotics

future, futuristic, UAV, Secom, flying surveillance robot, quadcopter, flying robot, surveillance robot, robotics

future, futuristic, UAV, Secom, flying surveillance robot, quadcopter, flying robot, surveillance robot, robotics


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