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All of our cameras are customizable

Each camera can be custom fit with IR sensors up to 1280 HD and visible channel sensors up to 4k resolution. We also have additional range-finders and more optional add-ons. Contact us for pricing and to find the right fit.

Can SPI produce UAV,UAS, and SAS Cameras in bulk?

Certainly, at SPI, we have the capability to produce large quantities of thermal UAV cameras. Our engineering facility is situated in Las Vegas, Nevada, which is an ideal location for drone testing due to the absence of drone flight restrictions.

Can you ship UAV cameras outside of the United States?

Yes, in the United States, you can generally ship UAV cameras outside of the country, but there are specific regulations and export control laws that govern the export of certain technologies, including UAV cameras, to other countries. It’s essential to comply with these regulations, including obtaining any necessary licenses or approvals from the U.S. government, such as those from the Department of Commerce, Department of State, or other relevant agencies, depending on the specific technology and destination country. CONTACT US TO LEARN MORE.

Can anyone in the U.S. buy a thermal drone camera?

Anyone in the United States can generally purchase thermal drone cameras for personal or commercial use. However, there are specific regulations and restrictions related to drone operation, including the use of thermal cameras, that individuals must follow. Key regulations include:

  1. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Regulations: The FAA governs the operation of drones in the United States. Recreational users must follow the rules outlined in the FAA’s Part 107 regulations for small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Commercial users need to obtain a Remote Pilot Certificate from the FAA. These regulations do not specifically prohibit the use of thermal cameras but emphasize safe and responsible drone operation.
  2. Privacy Laws: When using thermal cameras on drones, individuals must also consider privacy laws, which vary from state to state. Capturing thermal imagery that infringes upon someone’s reasonable expectation of privacy could result in legal issues.
  3. Export Control Laws: If you are purchasing thermal drone cameras for export, you must comply with U.S. export control laws and obtain any necessary licenses or approvals.

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