Continuous line monitoring and surveillance
High endurance autonomous drones with all-weather flight capability provide a powerful solution for securing facilities and borders by providing continuous monitoring and real-time alerts.
AI driven visual inspection via the cloud
Specialized algorithms that support this solution include motion sensors, intrusion detection across a line and image recognition.
Additionally, by 3D modeling the baseline environment in detail, minor deviations in physical appearance can be detected. This allows for any type of exterior security application.
Autonomous drones are ideally suited
Automated flight and pre-determined dispatch schedule via the AD Cloud makes deployments easy to manage.
With the right mission control infrastructure in place – which includes mobile command centers (MCC) and UAVs, large security operations can be run by a handful of trained operators.
Full spectrum sensors capability
Monitoring is possible in all environmental conditions, with varying degrees of sophistication, based on the needs of the solution.
Optical, low light and thermal sensors are almost a given in any UAV configuration. Specialized sensors include spectroscopy, LIDAR and extreme IR capabilities.
How it all works within AD Cloud
24/7/365 coverage is provided using autonomous drones that fly in an ever-changing formation to optimize the coverage based on real-world conditions, land periodically to recharge and get replaced if they malfunction.
All-weather flight capability
With hybrid engines and fixed-wing configurations with VTOL capability, our drones can meet the requirements in fairly adverse weather conditions including wind, rain, extreme temperature and humidity.
Real-time video and data analysis
Aquiline Cloud Services ensures that the surveillance data is analyzed and any anomalies are communicated in real-time, enabling effective countermeasures. Drones are also able to notify ground control of any maintenance issues during operations.
Mission critical infrastructure
Mobile command centers (MCCs) along with communication hubs, recharging stations and other gadgets comprise the mission critical infrastructure, which is manned by trained personnel to deliver autonomous flight..