Augment your Video Management Systems with Autonomous Drones

Looking to incorporate drones in your existing Video Management Systems (VMS)?

This webinar will demonstrate how to view a drone’s live video feed directly on a centralized VMS, allowing instantaneous situational assessments & faster response to alarm triggers.

Nov 25, 2022

9:45 am

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Expansive industrial sites such as power plants, ports, solar farms face unique challenges to secure their perimeters. Not only are they privy to blind spots, but the response time by manned guards is also often slow due to the vast layouts. This may lead to inefficient responses to threats and incidents.

Enterprises across the world have adopted advanced video surveillance technologies, such as the Video Management Systems (VMS), a platform that brings together feeds from multiple sources, including CCTVs, access controls, and motion sensors.

To fasten operations further, organisations are now integrating autonomous drones into VMS, which allows operators to stream, record live drone videos, manually dispatch or pre-plan automated missions directly from the unified platform. This ensures:

Quicker Response
Enhanced visibility & situational awareness
Greater Return on Investment (RoI)

Baisali Ghosh

Business Development LeadFlytBase

Achal Negi

Director Business Development, FlytBase

Joseph Waldron

Product Integration DirectorRAWview

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Context

Expansive industrial sites such as power plants, ports, solar farms face unique challenges to secure their perimeters. Not only are they privy to blind spots, but the response time by manned guards is also often slow due to the vast layouts. This may lead to inefficient responses to threats and incidents.

Enterprises across the world have adopted advanced video surveillance technologies, such as the Video Management Systems (VMS), a platform that brings together feeds from multiple sources, including CCTVs, access controls, and motion sensors.

To fasten operations further, organisations are now integrating autonomous drones into VMS, which allows operators to stream, record live drone videos, manually dispatch or pre-plan automated missions directly from the unified platform. This ensures:

Quicker Response
Enhanced visibility & situational awareness
Greater Return on Investment (RoI)

Baisali Ghosh

Business Development LeadFlytBase

Achal Negi

Director Business Development, FlytBase

Joseph Waldron

Product Integration DirectorRAWview

Thank you!
Webinar Link
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.

Context

Expansive industrial sites such as power plants, ports, solar farms face unique challenges to secure their perimeters. Not only are they privy to blind spots, but the response time by manned guards is also often slow due to the vast layouts. This may lead to inefficient responses to threats and incidents.

Enterprises across the world have adopted advanced video surveillance technologies, such as the Video Management Systems (VMS), a platform that brings together feeds from multiple sources, including CCTVs, access controls, and motion sensors.

To fasten operations further, organisations are now integrating autonomous drones into VMS, which allows operators to stream, record live drone videos, manually dispatch or pre-plan automated missions directly from the unified platform. This ensures:

Quicker Response
Enhanced visibility & situational awareness
Greater Return on Investment (RoI)

Baisali Ghosh

Business Development LeadFlytBase

Achal Negi

Director Business Development, FlytBase

Joseph Waldron

Product Integration DirectorRAWview

Context

Expansive industrial sites such as power plants, ports, solar farms face unique challenges to secure their perimeters. Not only are they privy to blind spots, but the response time by manned guards is also often slow due to the vast layouts. This may lead to inefficient responses to threats and incidents.

Enterprises across the world have adopted advanced video surveillance technologies, such as the Video Management Systems (VMS), a platform that brings together feeds from multiple sources, including CCTVs, access controls, and motion sensors.

To fasten operations further, organisations are now integrating autonomous drones into VMS, which allows operators to stream, record live drone videos, manually dispatch or pre-plan automated missions directly from the unified platform. This ensures:

Quicker Response
Enhanced visibility & situational awareness
Greater Return on Investment (RoI)

Baisali Ghosh

Business Development LeadFlytBase

Achal Negi

Director Business Development, FlytBase

Joseph Waldron

Product Integration DirectorRAWview