Drone gets new night vision goggles, night vision camera, and night vision technology

In this file photo from March, 2016, a drone uses its night vision device to take a picture of a man’s face.

The company behind the technology says it’s the first in the world to be equipped with night vision cameras.

http://bit.ly/1njbxzq Caption Drone gets a new night view camera, night view drone, and new night-vision technologyIn this file photos from March 10, 2016 and March 13, 2016 from a drone company called JJRC, a man in a white jacket and jeans walks past a night view of the U.S. Capitol building.

The technology uses infrared lights to capture images of a person’s face from the sky.

The camera then captures a picture and transmits the image to the company’s computer servers, which then store the images in a database.

The data is then uploaded to an online map that can be searched by any of the drone companies that are selling the technology.

The photos are displayed on a large screen for visitors to see what they’re looking at.

 In this Aug. 19, 2018 file photo, a model is demonstrated using a night vision system.

The system can be used to measure distances in real time from buildings and buildings can be turned into sensors that help detect a person at a distance.

The company behind JJRC says it has the first-ever night vision in the sky, using infrared lights from a light sensor in a drone.

It also says it is the first company in the U, and the world, to have a drone capable of night vision that can detect a distance of 30 feet, or about the size of a football field, according to the Associated Press.

This file photo taken on Dec. 23, 2016 shows a drone being tested at the company JJRC in Seattle.

In this Sept. 28, 2018 photo, drones sit at the entrance of the company JRC in Los Angeles, Calif.

The drone company says its drones can detect distance in 30 feet and will have a night-view camera that can see up to 30 feet.

The night view is a camera that sees through a person wearing a night mask to track their position.

It’s the latest advancement in the technology and the first to use infrared light sensors to capture night vision images, JJRC said in a statement.

Last month, a video surfaced of a drone flying over the U of M’s Quad with a night camera.

The video, from a camera mounted on the drone, showed a person in white and blue sneakers on a sidewalk in front of the university building.

“The person is wearing a mask.

The mask can be worn to track where they are at any given time.

They’re tracking where they have left the building, they’re tracking their movement, and they’re even tracking their own face,” Jessica Lechner, director of the University of Michigan’s Night Vision Lab, said in an interview with ABC News.

JJRC also said in its statement that the technology uses “advanced artificial intelligence.”

The technology has already been used on commercial flights, but the company said the technology is not yet available for the public.

While the technology has a wide range of uses, including monitoring buildings and helping with surveillance, JJrc is still focused on helping the public see what it’s seeing.

A drone flies over the Quad at the University’s Quad in Oakland, Calif., on Oct. 17, 2020.

The university, which has an estimated 300 students and faculty at the Quad, said it was one of the few schools in the country that offered its drones for free to students and staff.

To date, JJ RC’s night vision drones have flown over U. of M campuses, including the Quad and the Golden Gate Bridge.