The states of Texas has entered into a contract framework agreement with counter drone company Drone Shield for simplified purchase of its solutions by state and local government, education, and other public entities.
According to the press release:
The contract has been signed following a substantive due diligence process over the past 18 months. It is now active and valid for a 5-year acquisition period until February 2027. By adding DroneShield to its state-wide law enforcement procurement vehicle, the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) provides a streamlined purchasing path to any Texas agency requiring immediate protection from the threat of rogue drones.
DroneShield’s DIR contract products include eight-week threat-assessment packages for agencies who need to evaluate the quantity and types of drones operating in their area, as well as turn-key counter-drone detection, classification, tracking, and defeat solutions. DroneShield’s counter-drone products deliver hand-held protection, vehicle-mounted defense, and long-range security for fixed sites.
US customers include state agencies, the Department of State, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Defense, and nuclear agencies.
(Image: DroneSentry mobile solution deployed for a US government customer)
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