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Private Investigators Using Drones for Surveillance: A Game-Changer in the Industry.

From aerial surveillance to capturing crucial evidence, drones are becoming an essential tool for modern private investigators.


In recent years, the use of drones has become increasingly popular across various industries. From capturing breathtaking aerial shots in the film industry to delivering packages in the logistics sector, drones have revolutionized many fields. One industry that has been significantly impacted by this technological advancement is private investigation.


Gone are the days where private investigators had to rely solely on their wit and stealth to gather evidence. With the introduction of drones, they now have an invaluable tool at their disposal. In this blog post, we will explore how private investigators are utilizing drones and how it has become a game-changer in the industry.

Increased Surveillance Capabilities with Drones

Traditionally, private investigators would conduct surveillance on foot or from a stationary vehicle. This often limited their ability to capture crucial evidence, especially in cases that required monitoring large areas or hard-to-reach locations. With drones, however, investigators can now effortlessly survey vast areas and record high-resolution footage from above.


Drones equipped with advanced cameras and zoom capabilities allow investigators to observe subjects from a safe distance without raising suspicion. This increased surveillance capability has proven to be a game-changer, enabling investigators to gather more comprehensive and accurate evidence than ever before.


Cost and Time Efficiency

Another significant advantage of using drones in private investigations is the cost and time efficiency they offer. In the past, investigators would have to spend hours staking out a location or hiring additional personnel to cover a large area. This not only added to the overall cost but also prolonged the investigation process.


With drones, investigators can cover larger areas in a fraction of the time, reducing both costs and the need for additional manpower. Additionally, drones can be programmed to follow predefined flight paths, ensuring that no crucial angles or moments are missed.


At CIS our operatives are licensed with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and operate within the various legislation and regulations relating to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV).


Call us to discuss your surveillance requirements and see how we can assist.


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