EUROPE - Autonomous Indoor Drone Surveillance

Arno Froese

Two European drone companies are partnering to create the first autonomous indoor surveillance drone system.

Skysense has partnered with Avansig, to autonomously power the drone for Prosegur, a multinational security company.

Skysense says Prosegur’s surveillance drone can execute its own patrol route in a building and land itself on Skysense’s charging pad to recharge.  The company says the lightweight, fast-charging infrastructure eliminates the need for battery removal or manual charging every time a drone battery runs out.

During surveillance patrols, the drone records and streams real-time video, and sends alerts to the security central station when potential security threats or breaches are discovered.

“We realized we needed a charging partner at the beginning of the project because we want the drone to work completely unattended,” said David Trillo, CEO of Avansig. “We were in contact with other companies, but we chose Skysense because we felt that their solution was more mature. It works, it’s reliable, and it’s simple. Also, the charging time is short.”, 30 July 2018

Arno's commentary

Surveillance is the key word in our technologically-advanced age. When driving a vehicle down the street, shopping at a supermarket, or doing business at a bank or government offices, the cameras are rolling—recording precisely the actions and persons, noting the exact date and time, sometimes by the fraction of a second.

Doubtless, surveillance technology has contributed to the decrease of crime in general. 

Simply burglarizing a home puts the perpetrator at risk of being video recorded many times over.

What will be the future? Total control by man-invented instruments; placing all data and information at the fingertips of those who, in the first place, are responsible for enforcing the law.

We recall the Boston Marathon bombing (15 April 2013), where tens of thousands of people were gathered. Yet the surveillance cameras helped solve the case, detecting the perpetrators so they could be brought to justice. 

We believe that technology will continue to be developed that can give account of all actions of any human on planet earth. That is going to be the perfect tool for the coming Antichrist, and the preparations are in full swing.

Arno Froese is the executive director of Midnight Call Ministries and editor-in-chief of the acclaimed prophetic magazines Midnight Call and News From Israel. He has authored a number of well-received books, and has sponsored many prophecy conferences in the U.S., Canada, and Israel. His extensive travels have contributed to his keen insight into Bible prophecy, as he sees it from an international perspective.

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