Skyfire Consulting has announced it has officially partnered with DroneSense— makers of a drone management and collaboration platform. This strategic partnership will allow both Skyfire and DroneSense to provide public safety agencies a complete Drone as First Responder (DFR) package and help them smoothly navigate through the phases of starting a program.

Building on its existing relationship with DroneSense, Skyfire will work with agencies and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to get faster regulatory approvals—including beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operation—appropriate training for both DFR and tactical UAS response, program site selection and more.

“We are thrilled to build upon the already strong relationship with our partners at DroneSense to help pave the way for more DFR programs across the country,” said Matt Sloane, Skyfire founder and CEO. “DFR programs are already proving to be much more efficient for public safety UAS response than traditional programs, and this is just one more step towards faster and easier integration.”

“This partnership with Skyfire was formed from trust, dependability, and experience— all things public safety agencies are looking for,” said Mike Mocerino, DroneSense Director of Sales. “Leveraging their incredible team to help navigate FAA regulations, onboarding and program specific training, on any drone platform, will allow departments and agencies the peace of mind to focus on the communities they serve.”

Skyfire’s DFR integration services will be available as an add-on to existing DroneSense contracts or as a separate service directly purchased from Skyfire.

 

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