The aerial vision of a drone is a solution for securing sensitive infrastructure and facilities, whether or not open to the public. Protection using a drone makes it possible to:

- Control access to buildings
- Keep people safe
- Control vehicle movement and flows of people

Combining technology and organisation of surveillance adds capability to protection and response functions.
Video surveillance devices aim to control safety and security conditions.
Despite the proliferation of observation points, there are still blind spots that the cameras cannot view. Drones offer 360° vision, controlled by the operator, to explore areas not covered by cameras and thereby prevent intrusions and degradations by malicious people.

Drone technology provides the operator with mobile supervision.
Drone technology quickly provides comprehensive visual information at the monitoring station for a responsive reaction, appropriate to the needs of safety and security operations.

360° visualisation allows the event to be quickly understood, in order to get a handle on the situation and steer appropriate responses from the command post.
Drone technology provides a better understanding of situations, allows responses to be adapted and secures response personnel. The aerial and overall view of the event by the command post allows measures to be adapted appropriately to the event, rationalises resources and prevents risks that may confront surveillance agents.
Drone technology is dissuasive by definition.

The unpredictable automated and random round is a tool for dissuasion of malicious acts.
Launched from the security station on drone surveillance missions, they are difficult to evade.

Its aerial viewpoint and equipment that is functional day and night (optical camera, thermal camera, sensors) observe alarms and anticipate potential intrusions.
Prevent the outbreak of a disaster.

The purpose of eliminating doubt about a fire point is to control the incident in advance, limit its propagation, facilitate evacuation of the public and the intervention of emergency services.

When an alarm is triggered, the drone’s responsiveness is an asset for sending information back that will guide firefighters’ response and activate the resources to quickly control the start of the fire or to take appropriate safety measures.