These camera features, would you believe, will never be seen or heard by potential burglars. That’s because these could be camera drones placed and navigating high up in the sky. They would never dream of looking so high in the sky to see if anyone is watching them. Burglaries usually occur late at night or in the early hours of the morning when it is still quite dark. Speaking of which, you do need to check with your local authorities in regard to existing regulations governing the responsible and practical utilization of drones.
You need to ensure that air space is also safe and secure for the use of airborne drones in your region. If air traffic is particularly busy, even late at night, then chances are good that no matter how responsible you are likely to be in the use of your drones, your application to use same, might be declined. This, of course, is not a negative reflection on you and your business. In fact, the authorities will likely smile at your initiative to help improve security in your area.
In most cases, drones will be allowed. It is just a matter of adhering to all laid-down regulations. In the matter of operating drones for security purposes, it might also be feasible to utilize radio-control methodologies instead of relying entirely on autonomous operations. While technologies are advancing at a rapid rate, we have not yet reached the reliable stage where, autonomous apparatus can be left to patrol air space and ground areas on its own.
For this idea to take root you could talk to reputable security companies in your area or county that may just already be making good use of drones for security patrols.