Draganfly CEO Shares Where the Company is Seeing Record Revenue

The need to help the people during search and rescue and dangerous times continues to be an ongoing matter, one that many have stepped in to assist, including the drone delivery platform, Draganfly. Cameron Chell, CEO of Draganfly sat with host Grant Guillot of Drones in America, to discuss just how the drones are doing their part.

The company’s mission is public service according to Chell. “As a part of our public service work, we are working with cold chain delivery systems out of Texas, which is a channel partner of ours and they are working with multiple emergency medical services and systems to design drone first responders,” he said.

That technology, Draganfly is taking to assist in Ukraine. “We are super fortunate to put together a project for revive soldiers of Ukraine and what that looks like is we donated three of our medical response drones which is a temperature sensitive environment box that will allow vaccines, antibiotics and pharmaceuticals to be delivered, 35 pounds worth at a time and up to 20 miles away,” Chell explained. “At the end of the summer we will have over 200 units delivering equipment and providing search and rescue missions.”

Projects like these speak to the growth Draganfly has seen in the past few years. With a record quarter of 2 million in revenue, that’s “no more than capacity. We are super blessed and fortunate to be in that position,” he said.

Draganfly also operates as a manufacturer with a flexibility to support many in the industry. “Our plans are to continue to innovate but at the customer level, and drive revenue. It’s all about getting drones into the market and being used across a vast number of cases right now,” Chell said.

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