Theft! Drones fight growing on-site problem

The looting of construction sites may be a billion-dollar problem in the United States. Now, drones may help construction firms protect their sites from thieves. Construction site thieves not only steal materials, but tools and equipment as well. On average, trucks are the most expensive targets, with an average loss of roughly $42,000 per incident.

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Future of AI in Security

Artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning technologies are finding their way into consumer and commercial security deployments.  A recent report from Research and Markets notes that AI will be a key driver of growth in the global physical security market. It projects a CAGR of 7.3% from 2018 to 2023. In addition, AI video analytics, according to Memoori, are expected to propel growth in the video surveillance market and see a CAGR of 13.4% between now and 2023. Object recognition, pattern recognition, anomaly detection, predictive analysis are some of the more applicable use cases Jack Wu, co-founder and CEO of drone system integration specialist Nightingale Security, cites for AI in physical security. 

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Border authorities want drone tech – can Congress unite to fund it?

Unmanned aircraft systems are the technology solution federal officers on the southern border want to see the Trump administration and Congress adopt. Officials representing companies in the industry say Department of Homeland Security officials have approached them about implementing this type of flying robot at the border. But first, those federal workers need the go-ahead from Congress. Homeland security employees are taking matters into their own hands and seeking out companies they believe can help them. They have quietly been in talks with drone companies, sharing what they need on the front lines and learning what capabilities already exist. 

Read more: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/drone-companies-say-border-authorities-want-their-tech-but-can-congress-unite-to-fund-it

Nightingale rated “Company To Know”

SDM recently named Nightingale Security as a company to know—and we couldn’t agree more! Nightingale has developed a robotic aerial security (RAS) solution that is shaping the future of physical security. Nightingale now ranks as the only RAS enterprise serving several publicly traded Fortune 500 companies in North America.

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Nightingale Security has been featured at CES 2018, one of the world’s largest technology trade shows, in a video from Reuters titled ‘The Flight Path for Drones Unveiled at CES’. Nightingale is shown to be a market leader in the drone industry that is taking drone technology from being a consumer toy to being a flying robot that provides value for large businesses.

Nightingale Security is the market leader in Robotic Aerial Security – securing critical infrastructure and industrial facilities for Fortune 500 companies. Nightingale’s drone systems perform automated patrols, respond to alarms, and provide security teams with invaluable situational awareness.


Nightingale Security was awarded the 2018 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award for Best Aerial Perimeter Protection System. The ‘ASTORS’ Awards is the preeminent U.S. Homeland Security Awards Program highlighting the most cutting-edge and forward-thinking security solutions coming onto the market today.

Nightingale Security is at the forefront of Robotic Aerial Security, with capabilities to fly programmed, autonomous missions around a defined perimeter and help security teams lower response times, and gain invaluable insight into potential threats.

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