Draganfly - CEO, Cameron Chell.
CEO, Cameron Chell.
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  • Draganfly (DPRO) has launched its Canadian manufactured Draganflyer Commander2 drone
  • The Draganflyer Commander2 improves upon its predecessor in terms of operational capabilities and payload options
  • Potential applications include the commercial, farming, geological, military and emergency services sectors
  • The company will showcase the drone next week at AUVSI Xponential in Atlanta
  • Draganfly creates drone solutions, software and AI systems
  • Draganfly (DPRO) is down by 0.6 per cent and is currently trading at $3.24 per share

Draganfly (DPRO) has launched its Canadian manufactured Draganflyer Commander2 drone.

The Draganflyer Commander2 is a small unmanned aerial system that improves upon its predecessor in terms of operational capabilities and payload options. It also includes new flight controllers, sensors, communications systems and Mav-Link-based mission planning software.

Draganflyer Commander2 drone. Source: Draganfly.

Potential applications for the high-endurance long-life drone include the commercial, farming, geological, military and emergency services sectors.

The Commander2 complies with “Built-in-North America” requirements to take advantage of federal regulatory requirements concerning the origin and security of drone systems and devices.

The company will showcase the Commander2 at AUVSI Xponential from August 16-19 in Atlanta.

Cory Baker, Draganfly’s Production Manager, commented,

“Integrity and data security are of the highest importance to Draganfly’s clients, and the improved Commander platform delivers in those key areas. Shifts in federal requirements have also made commercial users reconsider their UAV needs, and Commander2 has the solutions to answer that demand.”

Draganfly creates drone solutions, software and AI systems.

Draganfly (DPRO) is down by 0.6 per cent and is currently trading at $3.24 per share as of 9:32 am ET.

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