Securing borders requires constant vigilance over vast areas of varied terrain. Border patrol agents must detect activity that could be linked to people smuggling, narcotics trafficking, terrorism or other border security threats.
Using airborne surveillance to detect people, agents must use a narrow field of view (FoV) which significantly reduces the area they can cover. Fatigue during long operations can also impact detection.
Kestrel Land detects movement down to 2x2 pixels in real-time. It enables border patrol agents to maintain a wider FoV, increasing the area that can be reliably covered. Automatic detection ensures vigilance is maintained.
Kestrel greatly increases the probability of detecting border security threats.