Draganfly: Exclusive deal with Apple’s co-founder

By Patrick Davis


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Draganfly have signed an agreement to become the exclusive supplier of drones for Woz ED, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak‘s education company.

Draganfly’s major agreement with one of the biggest names in technology could open new doors to this industry leader in the days ahead.

That’s because they just signed an agreement to become the exclusive supplier of drones for Woz ED, Steve Wozniak‘s education company.

Wozniak, one of the cofounders of the trillion-dollar Big Tech giant, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), has made a name for himself by creating some of the biggest shifts in technology in the last 50 years.

And now he’s set to bring that same innovation to the classroom.

After creating Apple’s first computers with his partner, Steve Jobs, in 1975…

Wozniak is still keeping his hand in some of the hottest trends on the market decades later.

For example, he recently brought the cryptocurrency craze to his energy efficiency company, Efforce.

Through the use of a WOZX cryptocurrency token, he’s helping create a marketplace for funding ecologically friendly programs.

But now he’s bringing the enormous rise of drones to the classroom with his STEM education program…

And Draganfly will be the perfect company to help him do it.

Thanks to this new agreement, they’ll be the sole provider of over 3,000 drones, which will be provided to kids learning inside the classroom.

Plus, there’s a chance that number could grow even higher in the future.

With their drones ranging anywhere from $150 to $5000, this has the potential to drive some serious revenue for Draganfly.

And thanks to the drone leader, this revolutionary program will be unlike any we’ve ever seen before.

Woz ED will help provide drone education for kids from kindergarten through 12th grade, setting them up with a first-class education that prepares them well for a huge market opportunity.

In kindergarten, the students receive an introduction to aviation.

In middle school, they learn the physics of flight and a variety of different flight skills.

High schoolers learn the engineering behind the drones – learning how to build drones, take them apart, understand the physics behind them, and more.

By the time they graduate, these students will have the opportunity to become certified as a drone pilot, and they’re already prepared to enter a blazing hot workforce.

The Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International estimates 100,000 new jobs will be created by 2025.

And the students from Woz ED’s drone program could set themselves miles ahead of others competing for these jobs from Day 1.

But Draganfly won’t just be providing the drones in the classroom. Their expertise in this projected $42.8 billion market will be on full display as well.

Through this agreement, they’ll also be providing the students with job training, mission profiles, curriculum development, and more.

Plus, students will have the opportunity to work with their engineers and design new drones, giving them unique hands-on experience with the leaders of the industry.

For Draganfly, this could provide the proof of concept for their drones and consultation services to enter into more and more schools across the country.

And as part of the agreement, they’ll also have the chance to join Wozniak’s new, already-funded innovation centers.

These are already scaling up in the United States, but there’s now growing demand and an opportunity for the program to scale globally over time as well.

With the massive opportunities this partnership provides, Draganfly could help bring them into even more new arenas after having led the markets in drones for over 20 years.

Industry Leader Growing Even Bigger

While the entry into public schools may be a new endeavor, Draganfly has over 20 years of expertise in leading the commercial drone industry in various other sectors.

They’ve regularly worked with both private companies and government agencies.

That includes working with sheriff’s departments, US marshals, and homeland security to help keep everyday folks safe from known and unknown threats.

As a pioneer in this surging industry, they’ve now sold over 9,000 drones to date.

That’s because with industries like agriculture, environmental and energy, military and government, public health, insurance and more all finding new uses for drones…

The industry is touching seemingly every part of our world today.

And it’s played a dramatic part in making people’s lives better as a result, even going as far as to save lives in some cases.

In 2013, Draganfly famously produced the first drone to save a human life.

That drone, the Draganflyer quad-rotor, is now located in the Smithsonian museum thanks to its life-saving technology.

It’s this sort of impact and forward thinking that has helped put Draganfly ahead of so many others trying to race to the top of the industry.

For years, new competitors have entered the scene trying to topple them off the throne with grand promises and innovative new technologies.

But with Draganfly’s years of experience and massive patent portfolio, most have fallen by the wayside.

It’s helped them grow their business across various different verticals, now driving revenue through 4 main revenue streams, including everything from product sales to data analysis to full flight services.

But now, with this incredible new opportunity with Woz ED, they’ve effectively added another revenue stream to an already strong industry leader.

And with the types of explosive growth many have seen in the drone market as it continues to surge ahead, many are keeping a close eye on Draganfly given their upside and room to grow.

Alpine 4 Technologies, another company moving into the industry, bought two drone hardware companies in the medical delivery space.

But even with unproven technology not approved by the FAA, it helped send their market cap soaring to $888 million today.

AgEagle Aerial Systems saw their market cap jump to $489 million with revenue of just a few million for the year.

But with a market cap currently sitting at $174 million, there’s still plenty of room from Draganfly to grow.

Now, this agreement with a Big Tech pioneer could provide both an additional stream of revenue and name brand recognition as they plow ahead educating the next generation in this exciting drone industry.




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