Patrolling from the sky.
With our Heli-Kite system, we design and build bespoke Kites to suit each project needs.
Heli-Kites are unique in having our proprietary, universal ‘ Steady-cam’ Camera Attachment system. This allows almost any type of camera to be easily attached and then held steady and level whilst providing a full 360 degree field of view which can be transmitted to our 24 hour National Control Centre.
The ‘Steady-cam’ systems also ensures that Heli-Kite cameras are automatically lifted out of the way when the Heli-Kites are close to the ground so that they are not damaged during landing or take off.
Heli-Kites can be fitted with a range of camera systems including ANPR, Heat Detection and Infa Red. Also Heli-Kites can be used for advertising your business.
Surveillance is the close observation of a person, group of people, behaviours, activities, infrastructure, buildings etc for the purpose of managing, influencing, directing or protecting. There are several different methods of surveillance including GPS tracking, camera observation, stake-outs, data collection and profiling and biometric surveillance among others.
Traditional observational surveillance methods are typically limited by the stationary nature of the camera, which is usually handled manually or fixed upon a tripod or other structure. Aerial surveillance can be performed using a helicopter; whilst this achieves the desired result, it is also very costly.
Unmanned aircraft systems provide the ideal solution to the problems and limitations faced by other surveillance methods. Drone surveillance presents an easier, fast and cheaper method of data collection and a number of other key advantages. Drone planes can enter narrow and confined spaces, produce minimal noise and can be equipped with night vision cameras and thermal sensors, allowing them to provide imagery that the human eye is unable to detect.