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Parrot Partners With FoxFury Lighting

Provides Up To 40 Minutes Of Continuous Use In “High” Mode

Parrot has announced a partnership with FoxFury Lighting Solutions. Parrot and FoxFury designed a tailored system for the ANAFI platform, allowing professionals to attach up to three D10 lights modules on the drone. The intuitive saddle mounting system and the lights are made in the USA and provide up to 40 minutes of continuous use in “High” mode and 80 minutes in “Strobe” mode, with self-contained LiPo batteries.

Professionals from the public safety and inspection verticals will be able to extend crucial work in the most extreme situations, such as a search and rescue mission at night or traveling through dimly lit structures like tunnels.

"Based on our vast reach into professional verticals in the recent years and listening to real users’ feedbacks from all around the world, we recognize the important and urgent need for more tailored solutions for professionals. These latest integrations of key complementary hardware are another milestone for Parrot as the company further extends the professional usability of its drones," said Chris Roberts, VP & Chief Sales & Marketing Officer.

"With more industries using drones, we saw an opportunity with Parrot to provide a one-of-a-kind option for professionals looking to brighten their surroundings," aid Mario Cugini, CEO of FoxFury Lighting Solutions. "Our new lights on an ANAFI drone will provide a unique and crucial resource for professionals like first responders in high-risk environments."

System will be available on FoxFury website and selected resellers for preorder.

FMI: www.foxfury.com, www.parrot.com

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