Cardinal Robotics Surveillance Drone

Jul 21, 2016

Category: Tech

Could this be the future of home security? Cardinal Robotics certainly believes in its potential. Introducing the Cardinal Surveillance Drone, a first of its kind in securing your home and monitoring any activity while you’re away from the nest. Now isn’t that just convenient?

Inside each Cardinal Drone is a 14 megapixel camera with the capacity to shoot full 1080p video of you home during each “run.” It also features three-axis stabilization technology to keep these images crisp and smooth and is able to shoot at nighttime thanks to a near infrared camera and infrared LED lights. And unlike other oversized and gaudy drones, the Cardinal weighs less than nine pounds and has a wingspan less than the average person’s hand. It can survey the property in less than two minutes and boasts 20 minutes of flying time before it recharges for the next run. Interested? The Cardinal Drone is available for pre-order now for $4,000. [Purchase]

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