Are criminals using drones to deliver contraband over the border or into prisons? How can this drone technology be stopped? Securus’ drone detection technology is leading the way in providing security to the law-abiding citizens.
Drones can be used for many applications, including security, surveillance, agriculture, photography and real estate. Farmers could use the drones to check their large plots of land. Realtors might use drones to show their property from a higher viewing angle.
Parents could use drones to watch their babies. They could be used for rescue workers and fire men to dangerous buildings or hazardous locations. Drones can go where others cannot go.
Military applications for drones are the most well-known. The anti-drone technology has advanced so far that the enemy can now not only pick up the drone signals, but take them over and control your drone. This is part and parcel of war technology – one side makes a weapon and the other side makes a weapon to combat it.
“Securus Drone Detection Technology”
Because drones can go where others cannot go, prison officials are now worried. Already, their prison inmate personnel might be stretched thin. But, how can they watch the skies 24/7/365?
Securus is working with prison corrections officials to develop a drone detection technology system. A Securus spokesman said, “We work together with corrections officials who share a dedicated mission to deter drone delivery of dangerous contraband.” The plan is to use a similar digital antennae structure (DAS) infrastructure, based on Securus’ Wireless Containment Solution.
Every year, drone technology advances and there are even reports of a drone being able to carry a full-sized man. Of course, this would seriously disrupt any present prison system. Instead of needing to make it through barb wire fences, all prison inmates would need to do is reach the roof top or an open space to escape.
“First Class Securus Customer Service”
In 2018, Securus was the proud recipient of the Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. The Stevie Awards are an aggregation of the world’s top business awards programs. More than 600 corporate executives attended the presentation at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV on February 23, 2018.
More than 10,000 entries are received for the Stevie Awards. Businesses are very happy to receive one award; three awards is simply amazing. What were the categories for the Securus awards?
Gold was awarded to the Securus Corporate Escalations Team for “Customer Service Complaints Team of the Year.” Silver was awarded to Zelperita Jackson for “Customer Service Professional of the Year.” And, Bronze was awarded to the Video Visitation Team for “Front-Line Customer Service Team.” Securus customer service is impeccable.