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Japan's Secom uses drones for surveillance of work sites

TOKYO -- Japanese security company Secom said it will begin a new service using autonomous surveillance drones to monitor suspicious cars and individuals on the grounds of factories, stores and other work sites.

     The company timed the Thursday announcement to coincide with the implementation of the revised Aviation Law that regulates the use of unmanned aerial vehicles.

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