NEW YORK -Drone USA, Inc. (OTC Markets:DRUS) (“Drone USA” or the “Company”), a developer, manufacturer and distributor of low altitude drones and related technologies, today announced that it demonstrated its Police Cyclops and Shadow Drones on Jennings Beach in Fairfield, Connecticut this summer to several Connecticut law enforcement agencies.
Michael Bannon, Drone USA’s Chief Executive Officer, commented: “This summer we demonstrated both our Police Cyclops and Shadow drones on Jennings Beach in Fairfield, Connecticut. On the first mission, we sent Cyclops, our fixed wing drone, equipped with a high resolution zoom camera, to a small Island where the Fairfield Police said that boaters often get into trouble. Then our Cyclops ventured to an area where a thirty-six foot yacht sank the weekend before. Cyclops videoed the wreckage. Then it followed a path along the beach and safely landed in area where several Connecticut police departments where watching. On the second mission our Shadow drone equipped with a thermal camera scanned the swimming areas along the beach. At the request of one of the departments, we are modifying our Shadow drone so it can deliver an inflatable raft to swimmers in trouble.”
About Drone USA, Inc.
Headquartered at 16 Hamilton Street, West Haven CT, Drone USA is a primary developer, manufacturer and distributor of low altitude drones and related technologies. Its primary target markets include U.S. police, firemen and the U.S. Government. All our products will be manufactured and assembled in the United States. For national security purposes, all our drones operate with closed encrypted software.
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