DroneGun Successfully Passes French Military DREP Standards
- DroneShield's DroneGun has successfully passed the French Military's Dangers des Rayonnements Electromagnetiques sur les Personnels ("DREP") test, which measures electromagnetic emission levels on human users.
- The certification is a requirement for deploying DroneGun with the French military.
- The certification is valid for other European countries.
The test is part of the French defence procurement processes. It is also accepted by other European countries.
A video on DroneGun, shot on location of a military demonstration can be viewed at http://www.droneshield.com/videos.
DroneShield has been actively trialling DroneGun with a number of militaries globally over the recent months, as drone deployments in armed conflicts continue to rise rapidly.
The Company is presently in a number of government sector procurement processes internationally. Status updates on these processes will be provided as they become available.
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