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  • sUAV for property surveillance

    At my current post I have sent my drone up around the property checking for signs of intrusion. I was able to check 50 Acres of rough terrain in a matter of minutes via live video feed. I also has a 4K video of the flight to review in detail after landing.

    The clients loved it.

    I am thinking of building a custom night vision camera on my drone.

    Has anyone done this?


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    Flying at night or out of line of sight doesn't just require a Drone Operator's license from FAA, it requires a WAIVER from the FAA, which isn't granted automatically and takes about 90 days. No clue if a Waiver is good for on going operations like routine security patrols.

    No idea if its diff for totally private prop that is already fenced in.

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