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3 years 7 months ago #125550 by lynnsa10
lynnsa10 replied the topic: Draganfly CSE:DFLY Drone search&rescue, defense, agriculture
THis is what got the stock going, CEO was on Fox news yesterday, here is the video

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3 years 7 months ago #125549 by Gambler
Gambler replied the topic: Draganfly CSE:DFLY Drone search&rescue, defense, agriculture
What a great call by RonS and pop in the stock yesterday

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3 years 7 months ago #125523 by GoldnBoy
GoldnBoy replied the topic: Draganfly CSE:DFLY Drone search&rescue, defense, agriculture
Alabama State University Selects Draganfly to Provide the Safe School Solution™ Utilizing it’s Vital Intelligence Technology

Vital Intelligence’s Smart Thermal and Vital Sign Screening
Detects Potential Symptoms of COVID-19

Los Angeles, CA., Sept. 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Draganfly Inc. (OTCQB: DFLYF) (CSE: DFLY) (FSE: 3U8) (“Draganfly” or the “Company”), an award-winning, industry-leading manufacturer and systems developer is pleased to announce that Alabama State University (“ASU”) has selected Draganfly’s Vital Intelligence Smart Thermal Temperature Assessment Stations, Vital Signs Assessment Stations and Social Distancing awareness technologies to be used campus-wide to detect potential symptoms of COVID-19.

Draganfly’s Vital Intelligence Smart Thermal Assessment Station and Vital Sign Screening technology provides a quick, non-invasive (contactless) and anonymous measurement of an elevated body temperature and, with voluntary consent, heart rate, respiratory rate and O2 saturation, all from a camera that takes seconds to capture. The Social Distancing Awareness unit ensures compliance with social distancing guidelines.

Alabama State University has agreed to purchase and install 5 Smart Thermal and Vital Sign Assessment units and 5 Social Distancing Awareness units to be stationed across the campus and accessible by its staff, faculty and 4,000-plus students. Individuals who appear to have an elevated temperature could then be screened by a medical professional to confirm the presence of fever.

The Smart Thermal Temperature Assessment Stations, Vital Sign Assessment Stations and Social Distancing units are North American made and owned.

The platform does not register any personal data of the individual being screened. Data provided back to Alabama State University will include the number of individuals screened, number of elevated temperatures and potential cases with elevated vital signs detected and the time it took for each screening. The data will also provide real-time data on the overall health of Alabama State University’s community in relation to scans.

“As we enter into a new school year during this pandemic, the safety of our students, faculty and staff is of utmost importance,” said Dr. Quinton T. Ross Jr., President, Alabama State University. “We have implemented a number of safety measures as we prepared for the reopening of the campus. The Smart Thermal Temperature Screening Stations are an added layer of protocols that assist us in identifying and mitigating the risk of the spread of COVID-19. Draganfly has provided us with the approved requirements needed to do this effectively. The stations are an essential tool in screening large groups of people in a short period of time.”

“Re-opening our schools is imperative,” said Sen. Bobby Singleton (D- Greensboro). “We want to implement a safe, accurate and measurable protocol to enable this to happen. With all the fear, uncertainty and loss that COVID-19 has caused, we need to change the landscape of public education in Alabama. I am confident that the Draganfly Vital intelligence platform, which fits with the Safely Opening Schools (SOS) Program, will help to do just that.”

“We are excited that Alabama State University has chosen Draganfly to implement our Vital Intelligence technology on their campus,” said Cameron Chell, CEO of Draganfly. “A screening protocol before entering their on-campus facilities is an important preventative measure during this pandemic. In addition, providing informative data in relation to the number of faculty, staff and students tested can help to assess the overall health of their facility and help to keep their school safe and open.”

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3 years 10 months ago #125156 by alexgreat
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2020-06-04 13:02 ET - News Release


Mr. Patrick Imbasciani reports

DRAGANFLY INC. ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF GLOBAL DEALER NETWORK

Draganfly Inc. has launched of its global dealer network for sales and service of Draganfly technology solutions including its secure, North American made drones.

Draganfly's global dealer network offers professional dealers who commit to purchase, represent and support Draganfly's products in the territories they do business, two levels of representation. Tier 1 and Tier 2 level dealers receive procurement, marketing, and presales and postsales support corresponding to their service and sales commitments. Draganfly has already welcomed a number of U.S. and Canadian dealers to the network and is actively reviewing interest from entities in Latin America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.

"Thanks to our recent teaming agreement for exclusive worldwide distribution of AeroVironment's Quantix Mapper hybrid VTOL systems, and the ongoing updates to our Draganfly product line, the time is right for us to increase our distribution and product support through the launch of a global dealer network," said Patrick Imbasciani, Draganfly's chief operating officer.

In addition to sales, Draganfly's global dealers are uniquely positioned to offer demos, training and postsales support to new and existing customers within their territories. "This move should expand Draganfly's brand, service capabilities and sales reach exponentially across new markets and industries," said Mr. Imbasciani.

James McKay, former City of San Luis Obispo police officer and current owner of NorCal Aerials, who operates in the Western United States, is the most recent dealer to join the Draganfly global dealer network at the distinguished Tier 2 level.

"We've already been very successful selling Quantix Mapper to a variety of our customers with mapping needs including those working in agriculture, land management and infrastructure. Thanks to its performance, ease of use and reliability, the product just about sells itself every time I demonstrate it," said Mr. McKay.

Mr. McKay, who has recently placed an order for Draganfly's multipurpose multirotor Commander drone, feels a key differentiator and important factor for many of NorCal's customers, will be that Quantix and Commander are both North American made.

Said Mr. McKay: "I personally know many police departments in my region that are under pressure to update their drone fleet to non-Chinese systems. I'm proud to be able to offer public agencies and my clients, the military-grade Quantix Mapper and the versatile, multiple payload carrying Commander, as two secure new options to consider."

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3 years 11 months ago #125089 by alexgreat
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DRAGANFLY ANNOUnces letter of intent with global uav technologies to acquire pioneer aerial surveys and high eye aerial imaging

Vancouver, British Columbia, May 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Draganfly Inc. (CSE: DFLY) (OTCQB: DFLYF) (FSE: 3U8) (“Draganfly” or the “Company”), an award-winning, industry-leading systems developer within the commercial Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (“UAV”) and the Unmanned Vehicle Systems (“UVS”) industry, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a letter of intent (the “LOI”) with Global UAV Technologies Inc. (“Global UAV”) to acquire (the “Proposed Transaction”) two-wholly owned subsidiaries, being Pioneer Aerial Surveys Ltd. and High Eye Aerial Imaging Inc. (the “Global UAV Subsidiaries”). The Proposed Transaction, if completed, will constitute a fundamental change of Global UAV within the meaning of the policies of the Canadian Securities Exchange Inc. (the "CSE") and will be subject to approval by the shareholders of Global UAV.

Transaction Highlights

Continues to establish Draganfly as a leading, diversified drone organization: The Global UAV Subsidiaries have total revenues in excess of CAD$4.0 million since 2017, with Pioneer Aerial Surveys having gross revenue of $1,936,501 in the financial year ended 2019.

Strategically Positioned to Leverage Draganfly’s Brand: The acquisition of the Global UAV Subsidiaries will be a complementary business to Draganfly and expand Draganfly’s total addressable market and enhance its position as a leader in the UAV and UVS industry.

Established History of Providing Drone Services: The Global UAV Subsidiaries have been operating since 2017.

Expansion of Services Offered: Pioneer Aerial Surveys is a global leader in providing UAV based geophysical surveys to the mining and industrial sectors with a focus on providing magnetic data to clients around the globe. High Eye Aerial Imaging provides LiDAR services.

Cameron Chell, Chairman and CEO, stated, "Pioneer Aerial and High Eye Aerial are premier aerial service providers in the mining industry. With the increase in global mining activity and the anticipated regulatory clarity of being able to deploy Beyond Visual Line Of Sight use of drones in the mining industry, we see an exponential growth opportunity for Draganfly to become the #1 or #2 global provider of aerial and data services in the mining industry".

Material Terms of the Agreement

On closing of the transaction (the “Closing”), the Company will have paid to Global UAV CAD$350,000, which will consist of the following: (i) a cash payment of CAD$125,000, and (ii) CAD$225,000 in common shares of Draganfly based on a thirty (30) day volume weighted average price per common share of Draganfly following the execution of the LOI.

Draganfly will grant Global UAV a royalty of 7.5% of gross revenue generated from UAV magnetometer and LiDAR systems for a period of eighteen months from Closing and assume $50,000 in liabilities that have been incurred by the Global UAV Subsidiaries.

Closing is subject to shareholder approval from the shareholders of Global UAV and a number of closing conditions customary for a transaction of this nature, including the filing of required forms with the Canadian Securities Exchange.

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3 years 11 months ago #125011 by Gambler
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Excellent in depth article here, well worth the read

venturebeat.com/2020/04/30/draganfly-pan...nited-states-pilots/

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3 years 11 months ago #124981 by DearJohn
DearJohn replied the topic: Draganfly CSE:DFLY Drone search&rescue, defense, agriculture
akex, yes and I think there was more media coverage, here is one I came across

Draganfly’s role is to deploy a number of drones customized with instrumentation that can detect, from far above, fevers and coughing by individuals in large groups of people. This is accomplished by equipping the crafts with onboard thermal sensors and smart computer vision technology that can monitor such measurements as fever-associated temperature and respiratory and heart rates at a distance.

The “pandemic drones,” as they’re calling them, can also identify people sneezing and coughing in large crowds. The objective of the $1.5 million dollar project is to identify where the virus exists and, ultimately, to stop the pandemic in Australia.

www.techiestuffs.com/innovative-drone-co...against-coronavirus/

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3 years 11 months ago #124977 by alexgreat
alexgreat replied the topic: Draganfly CSE:DFLY Drone search&rescue, defense, agriculture
nice move in the stock yesterday, glad I got into this one. One has to realize that this Covid19 issue will be with us for 2 years anyway, Draganfly is well positioned to implement this technology in many more cities and states and elsewhere around the world

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3 years 11 months ago #124975 by GoldnBoy
GoldnBoy replied the topic: Draganfly CSE:DFLY Drone search&rescue, defense, agriculture
DFLY on Fox Business News

“A Connecticut town's police department will be the first to try out “pandemic drone” technology to check for symptoms of the novel coronavirus, such as high fever, and monitor social distancing amongst the public, officials recently announced. Draganfly Inc., the Canada-based drone company behind the project, announced Tuesday “the first ever series of U.S. ‘pandemic drone’ test flights” in Westport, a town in Fairfield County, which boasts the highest number of cases of any county in the state.”

Article here

www.foxbusiness.com/technology/connectic...s-symptom-monitoring

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4 years 7 hours ago #124969 by Gambler
Gambler replied the topic: Draganfly CSE:DFLY Drone search&rescue, defense, agriculture
Pretty impressive, DFLY already doing a pilot test on their Covid19 detection

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Draganfly’s ‘Pandemic Drone’ technology Conducts Initial Flights Near New York City to Detect COVID-19 Symptoms and Identify Social Distancing

Connecticut hotspot becomes first U.S. municipality to test drone technology to assist first responders in reducing coronavirus spread and mitigate future health emergencies

Los Angeles, CA and Westport, CT, April 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Draganfly Inc. (CSE: DFLY) (OTCQB: DFLYF) (FSE: 3U8) (“Draganfly” or the “Company”), an award-winning, industry-leading manufacturer within the commercial Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (“UAV”), Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (“RPAS”), and unmanned vehicle sector, today announced the first ever series of U.S. ‘pandemic drone’ test flights in Westport, Connecticut, considered a COVID-19 ‘hotspot’, to identify social distancing and detect symptoms presented by the virus, in an effort to keep the community safe.

Fairfield County, Connecticut is considered the epicenter in the State for the spread of the Coronavirus and Westport was the first town to report the most cases of infections. To date, there are more than 17,550 confirmed cases in Connecticut. Fairfield County is adjacent to New York City, which has the most confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U.S. – more than 138,500 – surpassing the number of confirmed cases reported in China's Hubei province, where the outbreak originated.

Draganfly’s new pandemic drone technology is being tested by the Westport Police Department as a new “Flatten the Curve Pilot Program” and is made possible by the collaboration and integration of technologies developed by Draganfly, Vital Intelligence Inc., a healthcare data services and deep learning company, and the University of South Australia (UniSA). Westport is deploying the technology and data tools to enhance town services, advance public safety, promote the efficient use of taxpayer dollars, engage residents, and encourage growth in the local economy.

The pandemic drone will be equipped with a specialized sensor and computer vision systems that can display fever/temperature, heart and respiratory rates, as well as detect people sneezing and coughing in crowds, and wherever groups of people may work or congregate. The technology can accurately detect infectious conditions from a distance of 190 feet as well as measure social distancing for proactive public safety practices.

“The Westport Police Department is one of the most progressive public safety agencies in the nation and real pioneers when it comes to adopting and integrating new technology to enhance the safety of their citizens and first responders,” said Cameron Chell, CEO of Draganfly. “This coronavirus pandemic has opened up a new frontier for advanced drones. In conjunction with our partners, including the town of Westport, together we are the first in the U.S. to implement this state-of-the-art technology to analyze data in a way that has been peer reviewed and clinically researched to save lives.”

Westport intends to use the drone technology to help protect potential at-risk groups, such as seniors, crowds gathering at the town and state-owned beaches, train stations, parks and recreation areas, shopping centers and other areas where people tend to gather.

“One of the major problems for cities and towns like Westport in managing and responding to a pandemic like the COVID-19 virus, is finding out who could be infected and how widespread the disease has spread,” said Westport First Selectman, Jim Marpe. “One way to do this is to look for underlying symptoms. By teaming up with Draganfly and the UniSA team led by Defence Chair of Sensor Systems Professor Javaan Chahl, we are able to remotely look at valuable lifesaving data and better manage current and future health emergencies.”

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4 years 6 days ago #124955 by GoldnBoy
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4 years 3 weeks ago #124902 by alexgreat
alexgreat replied the topic: Draganfly CSE:DFLY Drone search&rescue, defense, agriculture
Good article here, I bought some more as well

Times of crisis breed innovation and the COVID-19 outbreak is no different. While states scramble to find a solution to economies placed on pause, leading companies are searching for ways to stop the coronavirus. Draganfly Inc. (CSE: DFLY/ OTCQB: DFLYF/ FRA: 3U8) has partnered with the University of South Australia and the Australian Department of Defence to produce a “pandemic drone.”

born2invest.com/articles/draganfly-inc-d...-of-science-fiction/

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