DRONES - AUTONOMOUS ROBOTIC AERIAL SECURITY (RAS)
The Strategic Security Nightingale base station is an integral component of Robotic Aerial Security. Base stations are installed on rooftops and other secure locations around your facility. They are the communication hub of the drone fleet and their industrial-grade, weather- and-endurance-tested aluminum construction makes them strong—and a great place to call home. Our fully autonomous system flies patrols day and night, in rain and snow. Our drones respond to alarms, transmit live video, utilizes FLIR - thermal imaging infrared cameras for night vision, lands, recharges, communicates, coordinates and reports maintenance needs.
The Strategic Security Nightingale base stations allow the drones
to be mission-ready 24/7. The drones and base stations are a
force multiplier providing additional capabilities, and they
never switch off. They’re always on duty, alert, and ready
When the drone lands on the base station after a mission, it
immediately begins charging through contact points in its legs
and the gold-plated nickel charging plates on the base station.
Our contact charging solution has been proven reliable in all
sorts of challenging weather environments.
The base station contains the necessary network and
computation capacity to provide drone coordination
support, task assignment, and machine learning processing
power to the system. All data gathered by our system is
processed and stored behind your firewall—ensuring your
data is onsite and safe.
Using advanced computer vision, IR beacons, and
cameras, our drones can take off and land completely by
themselves—even in high wind speeds. So when duty calls,
our autonomous system can have a drone airborne in less
than 30 seconds.
The base station comes with both heating and cooling elements
to keep the drone at an optimal operating temperature and
protect the drone from the weather elements. Nightingale now
also offers a specialized cold-weather base station with more
robust heating and ice melting capabilities.
Our drones and base stations communicate and collaborate. If
a drone is on a mission and its battery runs low, another drone will
autonomously deploy and finish the mission—allowing the first
drone to safely return to the base station and recharge.