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  • Draganfly Inc. (DPRO) signed a letter of intent with Lufthansa Industry Solutions and a Lufthansa Group subsidiary to offer its drone solutions and technology
  • The technology is intended to help Lufthansa Industry Solutions provide the maritime industry.
  • The drone solutions will be deployed during marine search and rescue operations and for reconnaissance purposes
  • The technology will be integrated into the clients’ artificial intelligence as a service platform
  • Draganfly Inc. (DPRO) is up 11.20 per cent, trading at $1.39 per share as of 1:48 p.m. EST

Draganfly (DPRO) signed an LOI with Lufthansa Industry Solutions and a Lufthansa Group subsidiary.

The agreement is for the potential use of Draganfly’s drone solutions and vital intelligence (VI) technology.

Draganfly’s technology is intended to help Lufthansa Industry Solutions provide the maritime industry with high-quality information technology and performance monitoring standard. The drone solutions will be deployed during marine search and rescue operations and for reconnaissance purposes.

Specifically, the VI technology will be integrated into the clients’ artificial intelligence as a service platform This will offers a quick and easy solution for businesses trying to achieve digital transformation. Draganfly’s VI is software that uses a video feed from simple RGB cameras to measure biometric data.

The company’s search and rescue drone is designed to help find a passenger who has fallen off a vessel into the ocean. These specialized drones are high-endurance and capable of utilizing the company’s solutions during an active emergency. The drone can thoroughly map certain areas, locate survivors, and begin measuring core vital signs.

The reconnaissance high-endurance drones provided by Draganfly can inspect cargo and potential hazards on the water.

Draganfly Inc. (DPRO) is up 11.20 per cent, trading at $1.39 per share as of 1:48 p.m. EST.


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