The Advantages of Drone Security in Rural Areas
Nope, not train spotters. The serious looking guy in the ghillie suit!! A 'dicker', or spotter we used to call them in the military.
An individual observing a location or person. Drawing up a plan, and observing weaknesses. In a rural setting, perhaps a high net worth estate. How best to penetrate?, and whats on offer!.
What is the Risk v Reward
What is the risk to their team? Are the rewards worth that risk? Have they concluded that your estate security posture is weak and an easy target?
Execution of Operations
With the reconnaissance and planning completed, its onto the execution of ops. They weld a metal bar (RSJ) onto the front of a locally stolen 4x4 and ram the exterior perimeter gate. Crossing the open ground as quickly as possible, they go for vehicles or access points to buildings recognised as weak in their planning.
Residential Security and Flying Drones
Drones provide surveillance from a birds eye perspective at 400ft, see in the pitch dark, and can cover ground quicker than traditional methods
Drones Provide a Residential Security Team Huge Advantages:
With attached thermal imaging sensors, we can now scan the entire estate in 30 seconds. Something that took a team member 50 mins to walk around. There is no guarantee that an aggressor would be 10 ft away in the depth of winter on foot patrols. Your torch light and even night vision would not penetrate the weather or garden features. With a drone and its powerful night capability, it offers the security team huge advantages.
Hardening the target, making the site more secure by deploying drones, and sending a message to those who are intent on criminal activity, that we operate advanced security teams.
It shifts the Risk vs Reward and moves the criminals elsewhere, onto a perceived easier target.
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Author: Keith Robinson
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