Draganfly Inc. has announce that the Dubai Police has selected Draganfly to pilot new drone initiatives utilizing Draganfly’s technical and operation experiences as well as its Intellectual Property.
The Unmanned Aerial Systems Center (UASC), part of the General Department of Operations, Dubai Police, established in 2018, has a mandate to stay in the forefront of unmanned aerial systems utilization within the domain of public safety. Aligned with federal and local strategies with the UAE revolving around foresight and innovation, the UASC embodies the country’s pursuit in ushering and harnessing technology to improve the wellbeing of society and operational effectiveness in public safety overall.
“We are pleased to have selected Draganfly to work with the Dubai Police to help improve operational effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity within the various General Departments of the Dubai Police because Draganfly can meet our mandate in developing technology to improve the wellbeing of our society and operational effectiveness in overall public safety,” said Major General Engineer Kamal Butti Al Suwaidi, Director of the General Department of Operations, Dubai Police. “In addition, the strength and knowledge of the Draganfly team aligns perfectly with our ongoing innovation strategies making them the perfect partner to develop these important technology solutions.”
“We are excited and honoured that the Dubai Police has chosen Draganfly to pilot their new drone initiatives with us as they have been a world leader in public safety and in the use of drones. Draganfly has the proven capabilities and experience and we are excited to put our multiple technical and service platforms to work with the Dubai Police,” said Cameron Chell, CEO of Draganfly.
Source: Press Release
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