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RDARS CEO says innovative autonomous drone security system is likely to take flight in 2024

RDARS Inc. president and CEO Charles Zwebner tells Proactive's Stephen Gunnion the company is preparing for a large scaling up of sales of its innovative autonomous drone security system in 2024 after the company commenced commercialization in June 2023.

The CSE-listed company has already started selling the Drone Eagle Watch Platforms as it continues to advance the technology. Discussions are also underway with various large security companies for potential joint ventures.

The system consists of a drone nest and the drone itself, designed for security and surveillance purposes. It is equipped to autonomously respond to security breaches on a property, flying predetermined missions or manual interventions, and transmitting live data to a command center.

The company is targeting residential, commercial, industrial, and government clients seeking enhanced security and surveillance capabilities.

After receiving its first 'Beyond Line of Site' waiver from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Zwebner said the company continues to engage with the FAA to obtain a criteria blanket waiver, expected in 2024, which will enable it to scale up sales.

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