Tethered Drone (Aerial Vehicle) for Law Enforcement
Whether at the state, county or municipal level, police departments in the United States have fully embraced the drone—and for good reason.
Drones can be used to investigate traffic accidents, map crime scenes, secure public events, monitor hostage situations, and generally other perform missions without risking the life of a police officer.
What’s more, drones can do all this at a fraction of the cost of what it would take to purchase, operate, and maintain a helicopter.
Still, for all their utility, small drones have one drawback: they stay can aloft for, at most, an hour.
That’s where Zenith Aerotech comes in. We produce heavily-lift tethered drones (aerial vehicles) that draw power from the ground, so they can stay aloft for hours and even days at a stretch, all while carrying a variety of interchangeable mission payloads.
For more information about Zenith Aerotech and our offering of tethered drones (Quad 8, and Quad L), please visit https://zenithaerotech.com/.