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ADTI Developing UAV/Drone Technology for Commercial Markets

  • Including Law Enforcement, Domestic Infrastructure Defense, and Border Security

Advanced Defense Technologies Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ADCF) announced today that the Company is designing UAV - Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Drone system technology for both defense and commercial markets. The large potential growth markets include surveillance, law enforcement, terrorist threat prevention, domestic infrastructure defense, and border security.

ADTI anticipates the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) could potentially open up domestic airspace for commercial UAV and Drone operations in the future. More advanced communications and data capacity including development of detection and collision avoidance technology could play an important role in removing airspace restrictions making commercial applications viable markets for UAV and Drone systems developers in this sector.

R.S. Tahim, President and CEO of Advanced Defense Technologies Inc., stated, "Unmanned aircraft systems including UAVs and drones applications will carry over to the commercial markets for domestic and global use in the near future. The commercial markets for UAV and Drone technology will demand sensor packages that can provide more on-board autonomy, less weight and more sensitive intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR). The natural evolution of this technology will extend into the homeland security and potentially large commercial markets in the future, where ADTI technologies will play an important role."

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Source : Advanced Defense Technologies Inc.

Published on ASDNews: Feb 8, 2012


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