BRINC announces release of LEMUR 2 drone
The drone is designed to de-escalate conflict and improve public safety
By Police1 Staff
SEATTLE — BRINC announced the release of LEMUR 2 today – a drone designed to de-escalate conflict and improve public safety.
The LEMUR 2 features the BRINC Autonomy Engine, where the drone’s onboard LiDAR sensor creates a real-time 3D map. It also features a 360-degree standby hover that doesn’t rely on light or GPS systems, an obstacle awareness system that adjusts speed around objects and a real-time 2D floor plan.
Additional features include:
- Sensor array, which combines 10 systems for supporting its autonomy systems.
- Visual/night/thermal imaging and two-way comms.
- LiDAR sensor, tracking camera, night vision illuminators, spotlight with strobe.
- 4K camera, FLIR thermal imager, microphone and loudspeaker.
- Mesh network compatible, allowing for multiple drones to extend each other’s range.
- Integrated 4G LTE-powered connection, which allows drones to securely stream a live camera view and 2D floor plans off-site via BRINC LiveOps platform.
Video and data are transmitted to a BRINC controller and encrypted using AES-256 protocols, the company’s press release said. The LEMUR 2 is NDAA compliant and approved by the U.S. government for use by federal agencies and contractors.
Click here to learn more about the LEMUR 2.