Surveillance is one of the most powerful tools any private detective has at its disposal, and one which, if used properly, can successfully crack any case.
(PRWEB UK) 25 June 2014
As reported in the article by BBC News, dated 14 May 2014: The flying wi-fi camera: Testing Parrot's new HD drone, Parrot, company best known for making consumer drones unleashed a new model of their quadcopter, which is controlled via wireless connection. The drone, named “Bebop”, weighing around 400 grams, is crammed full of latest technology and toys, such as GPS, a camera with 14-megapixel resolution and a wide-angle fish-eye lens. The drone is expected to hit the shelves later this year.
The device is capable of streaming HD images and video with zero distortion, thanks to the latest generation of image processors and stabilizers. Users will also be able to view the feed on mobile devices. Both Android and iOS will be supported. Additionally, buyers will have the option of purchasing the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, which provides a virtual reality view of the video captured by the drone.
London Private Investigators (http://london-privateinvestigators.co.uk/) have reacted positively to this latest piece of technology, hoping it will find its way into their line of work very soon. As a private detective agency, surveillance is their bread-and-butter, as well as an essential tool in all other types of investigation. Its wide application makes it irreplaceable. But, even though there is no substitute for the experience and expertise of private investigators at London Private Investigators, the agency agrees that technology like this is more than welcome, because it makes their job much easier, and allows them to be more focused on the case. This, in turn, maximizes their chances of solving their cases successfully, to the satisfaction of their clients. Having photographic and video proof of something is about as good as it gets, and London Private Investigators are well-versed in handling the equipment. Also, many members of their staff have a background in law enforcement, which involved hundreds of hours spent doing surveillance on various cases. Surveillance, with the help of modern technology, is carried out in cases that involve marital disputes, missing person location, fraud investigations and so on. London Private Investigators invite potential client to contact them if they have a problem that might be solved by their expertise.
Chief investigator at London Private Investigators, Ronnie Stewart took the opportunity to express his excitement about the newest version of the drone, hoping his agency will have the chance to test one out in person. He also added: “Surveillance is one of the most powerful tools any private detective has at its disposal, and one which, if used properly, can successfully crack any case. Potential clients, who are in need of professional surveillance, can contact London Private Investigators at any time. We can help.”
Chief investigator Ronnie Stewart can be contacted on 02071270406.