DroneShield has advised it has launched a dedicated testing facility in regional New South Wales. The facility will significantly streamline the testing and release of advanced drone detection technologies in development by the Company.
This is DroneShield’s first dedicated testing facility in both New South Wales and Australia.
Oleg Vornik, DroneShield’s CEO, commented “As we continue to grow our advanced drone detection and defeat technologies, there is an increasing need for a locally based test site, that meets our operational requirements as well as being compliant with Government regulations.”
“This permanent facility enables fully remote testing by our engineering team, with real time data shared with our engineering headquarters in Sydney. This enables faster development cycles of our AI-enabled radiofrequency, image recognition, and sensorfusion technologies, which are pushed out to our subscribed customers on a quarterly release cycle.”
“Importantly, Australia is a key customer market for DroneShield, and having a dedicated local facility is expected to further enhance our work with Australian customers, both from a sovereign capability perspective and a way to conduct customer demonstrations.”