Nearly everyone these days carries a mobile phone. This has been a real boon to Search and Rescue teams, as it is now much easier to locate individuals in distress, even in remote areas. Traditionally, poor coverage meant that in some more isolated locations, it was...
When faced with multiple courses of action during an airborne operation, a set protocol helps narrow down the selection process quickly and easily. The reason that airborne decision-making (or ADM) is different from other operational considerations is that the...
Drone technology has advanced at such a rapid pace that it is now an integral and essential part of aerial surveillance for a wide range of agencies. From search and rescue to military and police operations, the combination of exceptional high-resolution imagery,...
One of the most significant issues that can face operations managers and coordinators is the problem of having too much information. What happens when you’re looking for a specific data point, but there’s so much background ‘noise’ and...
Running an aerial unit is one of the most expensive operational costs for any police or military control team. So it’s vital that the information that the unit gathers while in operations is not only accurate and data-rich but is also easy to disseminate back in...
In everyday use, data acquired from a mobile platform for surveillance and other police or military operations is always useful. However, raw video data has its limits. Without a certain amount of enhancement, it is relatively restricted to real-time target...
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