Organizations that have enemies who wish to gather information about the groups' members or activities face the issue of infiltration. In addition to operatives' infiltrating an organization, the surveilling party may exert pressure on certain members of the target organization to act as informants (i.e., to disclose the information they hold on the organization and its members).
Aerial surveillance is the gathering of surveillance, usually visual imagery or video, from an airborne vehicle—such as an unmanned aerial vehicle, helicopter, or spy plane. Military surveillance aircraft use a range of sensors (e.g. radar) to monitor the battlefield. Digital imaging technology, miniaturized computers, and numerous other technological advances over the past decade have contributed to rapid advances in aerial surveillance hardware such as micro-aerial vehicles, forward-looking infrared, and high-resolution imagery capable of identifying objects at extremely long distances.
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Michael Pastien, Forensic Rich Investigations™, Capital Physics™, Linchpin Staffing™, Canada
Paul Brooker MBE, MSc., Security & Justice component lead Southern Syria
Alexandre Benfadel, Diplomacy - Secret Organisation, France
Kevin Kaufman, Federal Program Manager, EMEA at CommScope, Kaiserslautern, Germany
Christof Widmer, Director at goetzpartners; Office Head Frankfurt/Main, Germany
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