UAVs for CIVIL SECURITY

In today’s world, civil security is of major importance. In protecting the public from threats such as terrorist attacks and in successfully identifying crimes, appropriate air support can be a decisive advantage.


PREVENTION AND Drone SURVEILLANCE

Helicopters can be an important source of support to teams on the ground. However, as a form of air support they are expensive and can take time to be ready for engagement. The Microdrones UAV range is a quicker, more cost-effective and just as successful alternative.

One particular advantage of Microdrones RPAS is the ease with which they can be used. It takes only a short time to learn how to steer these aeriel platforms, thereby saving on costly training programmes. Moreover, a microdrone can be instantly ready for action, allowing for immediate air support.

In the video you can see how the CAPF uses Microdrones as standard equipment nationwide ...

In the video you can see a Microdrones md4-1000 in action for the Saxony police force in Germany, observing a demonstration.

Using various payloads, Microdrones can be deployed in any situation. For example, with a laser scanner a comprehensive recording of the scene of a traffic accident can be made, which simplifies the drawing up of the accident report.


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APPLICATIONS

  • Civil security – operations against looters
  • Coastal monitoring for civil security
  • Surveillance of illegal activities to safeguard civil security
  • Protection against illegal excavations
  • Policing applications for civil security
  • Protection against poachers
  • Anti-poacher operations
  • Forest fire fighting
  • Monitoring flooding
  • Monitoring storms & hurricanes
  • Nuclear accidents– Monitoring
  • Nuclear  accidents – Measuring
  • Contamination
  • Traffic monitoring
  • Volcanic eruptions – Tracking ash clouds
  • Perimeter surveillance
  • Perimeter monitoring
  • Border control
  • Surveillance of evidence
  • Control of waste incineration
  • Protection against illegal mining
  • Protcetion against rioting
  • Dam monitoring
  • Radiation measurement
  • Radiation monitoring
  • Monitoring landslides
  • Monitoring train crashes
  • Searches for missing persons
  • Coastal surveillance

  • Anti-terror operations
  • Crime identification
  • Protection of historical burial grounds
  • Control of illegal ventilation of ship bilges
  • Traffic surveillance 
  • Emergency communication network (incl. relays)
  • Monitoring catastrophes
  • Monitoring plane crashes
  • Monitoring tsunamis
  • Nuclear accidents – tracking contamination
  • Nuclear accidents – monitoring contamination
  • Searching for missing persons
  • Agriculture – monitoring harvesting
  • Anti-piracy operations
  • Surveillance of coastal regions
  • Border surveillance
  • Controlling hostile demonstrations
  • Protecting cultural heritage from plunderers
  • Monitoring international summit meetings
  • Tool for criminal prosecutions in cities
  • Fire scene inspections
  • Monitoring earthquakes
  • Monitoring ship collisions
  • Monitoring volcanic eruptions
  • Volcanic eruptions – ash cloud analysis
  • Control centre support during forest fires
  • Border surveillance
  • Radiation measurement