Drone Surveillance

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Eye in the Sky

Having an “eye in the sky” is useful in investigations where you need to be able to see where you cannot go or put a camera on the ground.

Drones can be equipped with a video camera, sensors or infrared and other technology that allows you to gather data about a target zone. Drones can be used for surveillance also.

The commercial use of drones is regulated by the Federal Aviation Association (FAA) and other local authorities.

Typically in a private investigation, small commercial drone operations would be considered legal to use when limited flying them during daylight hours. The operator also needs to meet certain certification standards as set by local governments and relevant authorities.

Drones can be used for:

  • land Surveys with up to date images and information about a certain area
  • mapping and analysis of the data gathered
  • gathering information for a court case
  • reenactments of crimes and reconstruction of crime scenes
  • pre-surveillance allows you to do a reconnaissance of an area (check access and road safetey)
  • access dangerous places without putting people at risk
  • find concealed or hidden objects such as stolen property, hidden somewhere
  • determine the exact location of stolen items
  • create aerial photography at a low cost and yet high quality (instead of using planes and helicopters)
  • lower cost of litigation in regards to image or video acquisition of evidence to sumbit to the court
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Surveillance & Tracking


Tracking Digital Assets

Tracking Human Assets

AR Intell provides different types of professional surveillance & tracking:

Ask yourself what or who do you need to track and why? Once this has been figured out, we can help with the how and when to track somebody or something.

  • Computer, Laptop, Tablet monitoring (with external devices).
  • Device Surveillance (eg. track your digital assets / digital property – device tracking).
  • Internet of things IoT-related tracking.
  • PSTN Telephone Surveillance. Fixed landlines.
  • Smartphone Surveillance.
  • Track the Location of your phone.
  • Camera Surveillance of persons or sites.
  • Social network surveillance & tracking.
  • Social media profiling.
  • Digital fingerprinting.
  • Biometric Surveillance.
  • Aerial Drone Surveillance (use of drones).
  • Corporate Surveillance.
  • Data mining and profiling.
  • Collection and Analysis of Satellite imagery.
  • Identification and credential verification.
  • RFID tagging on objects and assets, humans or pets.
  • GPS trackers
  • Postal services Tracking (tracking of parcels).
  • Stakeout Services.
  • Provide Human operatives on site.
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