Posts Tagged ‘Aerial video surveillance’

GPS guidance for weapons mounted on drones: precision with no risk for troops

The Hunter drones, or UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems), produced by Los Angeles-based Northrop Grumman, will soon be equipped with Viper Strike, a system capable of assisting the missiles guidance systems thanks to laser and GPS positioning, to strike both fixed and moving targets. Hunter MQ-5B is currently used for reconnaissance, aerial surveillance and target acquisition. […]

Can Aerial video surveillance serve hi-tech security?

With a demanding issue of security there has been a constant rise in the private as well as public use of aerial video surveillance products to manage a spy free aura and sideline all suspicions away. Also at the same time these tools aid to keep things under a controlled eye. With newer techniques and […]

Aerial video surveillance: your third eye

Keeping into mind the security and defense perspectives, remotely operated aerial video surveillance has been in practice for quite a while now. Though the presentation could never be relied as completely authentic or coordinated with actual activities based on continuous motion resulting in consequent confusing images and delineation even with translational models particularly designed to […]