Drone

Read: ZeroEyes Announces Phase 1 SBIR Award from DoD to Develop Drone-Enabled Active Shooter Deterrence Capabilities

ZeroEyes Announces Phase 1 SBIR Award from DoD to Develop Drone-Enabled Active Shooter Deterrence Capabilities

The opportunity will allow ZeroEyes to provide an active shooter response capability that marries its analytics with tactical drones.

Read: ISC West Lite: What to Know About What Went Down

ISC West Lite: What to Know About What Went Down

After multiple delays and the cancellation of last year’s in-person event, a scaled-down ISC West returned to the delight of throngs of security pros.

Read: When Unauthorized Drones Come to Campus: A Guide to Counter-Drone Technology

When Unauthorized Drones Come to Campus: A Guide to Counter-Drone Technology

Here are the latest counter-drone developments and how you can protect your organization against malicious and unauthorized drones.

Read: DroneSense Introduces Mobile Streaming and Asset Tracking

DroneSense Introduces Mobile Streaming and Asset Tracking

DroneSense adds powerful features designed to provide better situational awareness to improve public safety outcomes.

Read: Protecting Your Campus and Infrastructure from Drones

Protecting Your Campus and Infrastructure from Drones

The world continues to see a sharp rise in the use of drones. Here’s how your organization can respond when they are being used inappropriately, illegally or dangerously.

Read: Are Thermal Cameras Right for Your Campus?

Are Thermal Cameras Right for Your Campus?

Once primarily focused on military and critical infrastructure installations, the thermal camera market is far more expansive these days.

Read: FAA Designates Super Bowl 54 a ‘No Drone Zone’

FAA Designates Super Bowl 54 a ‘No Drone Zone’

On game day, the FAA will establish a temporary flight restriction that will prohibit drones within a 30-nautical-mile radius of the stadium up to 18,000 feet in altitude

Read: Drone Use by Public Safety Agencies Increased 85 Percent Last Year

Drone Use by Public Safety Agencies Increased 85 Percent Last Year

The number of public safety agencies with drones has more than doubled since the end of 2016, according to data collected by the Center for the Study of the Drone at New York’s Bard College.

Read: Experts: Drone Sales in Security Industry Expected to Double by 2019

Experts: Drone Sales in Security Industry Expected to Double by 2019

A spokesman for Dronefly, an online retailer, says drones are important in active shooter scenarios as they provide an “immediate eye in the sky to bring real-time intelligence to ground operations.”

Read: Drones Delivering Blood Could Be New Healthcare Trend in U.S.

Drones Delivering Blood Could Be New Healthcare Trend in U.S.

The FAA is currently reviewing over 150 proposals requesting the use of drones for medical supply delivery and will approve ten projects by May 7.

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