Caravan parks in Co Wexford have been under drone surveillance for several weeks as local officials search for any tourists who shouldn't be there while the current coronavirus restrictions remain in place.
The county council has redeployed its fleet of half a dozen UAVs from patrolling for illegal dumping to monitoring compliance with movement restrictions.
After four weeks of monitoring holiday parks and mobile homes, drone operators have yet to find anyone to report to gardaí.
Wexford Council spokesman David Minogue said people seem to be sticking to the rules.
He said: "We have since Easter been carrying out this monitoring along the coastline.
"I'm delighted to say we have found very high levels of compliance and very little evidence of travel restrictions breaches to date.
"We hope that will continue, particularly as we face into the May bank holiday weekend."
He said officials are using the drones in a bid to provide the public with reassurance that the rules are being observed.