Draganfly Inc. has announced that Bulzi, LLC, has signed a memorandum of understanding to use Draganfly’s drones and aerial sensors for their Department of Defense Base Security development projects.

Bulzi (pronounced “Bull’s-Eye”) is a human geospatial intelligence technology and services company based in Newport Beach, CA. Bulzi has been awarded multiple Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contracts with US DoD agencies for the purpose of adapting its commercial technologies to enhance US military base security. Utilizing Bulzi’s expertise in geospatial human intelligence, Bulzi’s SBIR awards will provide enhanced tracking and behavioral analytics of base personnel and visitors to ensure compliance with security protocols.

Draganfly, as a North American secure technology developer and UAS manufacturer will provide drones with integrated sensors and location perimeter monitoring hardware for Bulzi to utilize within their security development projects.

“This is an extremely exciting project for Draganfly,” said Cameron Chell, CEO Draganfly. “Bulzi is a leader in human geospatial intelligence and services. The integration of our technology with Bulzi’s will have wide-spread use cases across the defense industry.”

“We chose Draganfly to partner on these projects with us because of the quality of their technology, the fact that they already work in the US military space, and are a North American based secure technology developer and UAS manufacturer,” said Brent McKay, CEO Bulzi. “Developing our services with the industry leader in drone technology will allow us to provide the best in class offering and ensure scale to meet the size of the opportunity.”

The parties anticipate entering into definitive agreements setting out in more detail the terms of the partnership in the fourth quarter of 2020.

Source: Press Release

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