Draganfly, a global UAV leader, is partnering with DRL for onedvance drone racing and humanitarian aid through new cutting-edge technology
New York, NY and Los Angeles, CA, October 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Today, Drone Racing League (DRL), the world’s premier professional drone racing property, and Draganfly Inc. (NASDAQ: DPRO; CSE: DPRO; FSE: 3U8), an award-winning, industry-leading drone solutions and system developer, announced a multi-year partnership. The companies will launch DRL Labs, an innovation hub, to research and develop next-generation drone technology that will promote the queen sport and other industries undergoing significant drone changes, including humanitarian aid and mobility.
As one of the longest drone companies in the world, Draganfly takes its legacy from drone innovation to the pioneering sport of high-speed drones. Through DRL Labs, Draganfly and DRL engineers will work to develop new technical solutions in autonomy, next-generation sensors and artificial intelligence, in order to contribute discoveries to disaster relief, transport and delivery facilities.
Globally broadcast DRL competitions will provide real-time test sites for DRL Labs innovations and reach DRL’s millions of tech-savvy tech-setter fans, 60% of whom claim that brands collaborating with DRL invest in innovation. The league will also incorporate Draganfly’s Vital Intelligence platform into their 2021-22 DRL season. Draganfly’s groundbreaking AI Vital Intelligence platform can use any camera to monitor the pilot’s heart rate and respiratory rate. By driving new health insights around flying drones and bringing fans closer to the DRL action than ever, the groundbreaking diagnostic system will analyze pilots’ physiological responses to competition, fast speeds, crashes and more. DRL will also release a “Why I Fly” series presented by Draganfly, which highlights the pilot’s personal journeys to drone flights during the 2021-22 season.
“Draganfly has driven the future of drones since the pre-drone era and the Drone Racing League is constantly driving the future of the sport. We are pleased to partner with DRL to develop new drone technology that will disrupt drone competitions and fan experience – while leveraging our technical discoveries for the benefit of humanity, says Draganfly CEO Cameron Chell.
“Drone Racing League is based on innovation and commitment to showcase the best technology to our millions of fans. We are pleased to partner with Draganfly, which will take its leadership in drone hardware, software and logistics to our global racing community. With the launch of DRL Labs, we will together introduce new drone technology that will not only redefine our sport but also provide real use cases to support communities around the world, says DRL SVP, Head of Partnership Development, Ari Mark.
Draganfly will be integrated into the 2021-22 DRL season starting next Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 8pm EST on NBCSN and Twitter. The partnership covers both esports and real-drone racing through iconic sports arenas and DRL SIM virtual maps as pilots compete to become world champions. Find the full DRL competition schedule here.
Draganfly Inc. (NASDAQ: DPRO; CSE: DPRO; FSE: 3U8) is the creator of advanced drone solutions, software and AI systems that revolutionize the way organizations can do business and serve their stakeholders. Recognized as the cutting edge of technology for over 20 years, Draganfly is an award-winning industry leader serving the markets for public safety, agriculture, industrial inspection, safety, mapping and surveying. Draganfly is a company driven by passion, ingenuity and the need to provide efficient solutions and first-class services to its customers around the world with the goal of saving time, money and lives.
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About Drone Racing League
Drone Racing League (DRL) is an innovative global sports, entertainment and technology property. The best drone pilots in the world fly in the league and millions of fans see them compete on NBC, NBCSN and Twitter. With groundbreaking technology and immersive high-speed racing through virtual and live events, DRL creates a new era of sports that combines both esports and competition in real life.
DRL was founded by Nicholas Horbaczewski in 2015 and is a privately held company headquartered in NYC. For more information visit www.drl.io. To join the conversation, follow DRL on Facebook at facebook.com/thedroneracingleague, on Twitter @DroneRaceLeague and on Instagram @thedroneracingleague.
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