Gold Coast Commonwealth Games may be monitored by drones

An article posted by the Canberra Times suggests that security drones may be used assist in monitoring and ensuring the safety of athletes, officials and support staff at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Peter Beattie was quoted as saying "Security planning for GC2018 is well established, however we appreciate the application of new technologies and have an open mind when it comes to their use".

Drone Technologies and Nitestar Security eagerly await the chance to provide input should discussions progress further.

Nitestar Security utilising drones in site security

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