1.Monitoring on target building against terrorism and emergency
Police drone can take off quickly and make 360° omni surveillance on target buildings. Police drone takes the images at low altitude and transmit back the criminal numbers, scale, causalities to the command center where the commanders make rational arrangement for police, ambulance man, firefighters according to the above information. By the way, police drone makes incessant monitoring on the target and transmits the criminal dynamics back to command center, offering a perfect cooperation with the policeman’s fast and accurate arresting activities.
2. Riot search problem
Police drone can track and monitor the fugitives who try every way to run away. If mounted with thermal infrared camera device, the drone can be used to monitor the criminals at night and even make scanned search of the suspects hidden in the woods. The escaped rout will be transmitted by the drone to policeman in advance to improve the policeman’s arrest speed and accuracy.
As drone technology continues to improve, an increasing number of law enforcement agencies are finding uses for the diminutive flying machines in their everyday work.
Police in the U.K. are making growing use of drones for their work. Another police department in the south of the country in 2017 became the first to launch a 24-hour drone unit. The drone is used for a range of jobs, including helping with missing person searches, gathering images from crime scenes and major traffic accidents, and taking part in coastal and woodland searches to fight wildlife crime.
In the southwest of France, police are using the remotely controlled flying machines to catch dangerous drivers, while cops in Japan have them on standby to catch rogue drones flying in restricted airspace.
In the U.S., meanwhile, around 350 agencies, among them police and fire departments, have incorporated the technology into their work as of 2017. Uses include search and rescue, investigating active shooters and suspects, crime scene analysis, surveillance, and crowd monitoring.