NEW YORK, May 30, 2017, DRUS, (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Drone USA, Inc. (OTC Markets:DRUS) (“Drone USA” or the “Company”), a developer and manufacturer of low altitude Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (“UAVs”) and related technologies, today announced that it received a purchase order for a Shadow Police Drone from a Connecticut Police Department.
Michael Bannon, Drone USA’s Chief Executive Officer, commented: “We are excited about aggressively entering into the U.S. police drone market. Our goal is to start in New England and then move south and west into New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Our shadow drones can be used for search and rescue, surveillance, crowd control, crime and traffic scene analysis, active shooter and bomb inspection. In late June we intend to demonstrate our fixed-wing Cyclops to several Connecticut Police Departments on a public beach in Connecticut. We want to demonstrate Cyclops’ value as an inexpensive water search and rescue tool.; it can locate boaters in distress or swimmers who ventured too far from shore. We also intend to offer Cyclops to Cape Cod and mainland Massachusetts coastline Police Departments as an inexpensive way to monitor great white shark activity.”
About Drone USA, Inc.
Headquartered at One World Trade Center in New York, NY, Drone USA is a primary developer and manufacturer of low altitude unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and related technologies. Target markets include select defense segments (military), public safety (police, fire, emergency response), and high growth commercial applications such as agriculture, photogrammetry, mining, utilities, and entertainment. The Company seeks to strengthen its systems portfolio by acquiring UAV firms with superior technologies that are proven in high-growth markets, as well as complementary technologies such as sensors and software.
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