Dedrone announces “tripling of revenue and 16 new government contracts in 2023”

Dedrone has announced a tripling in revenue and the closing of 16 new governmental contracts globally over the past year.

“The dual-use technology company has also created its Defense Advisory Board with General Richard D. Clarke (US Army, retired) and former Acquisition Executive for United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) James Smith as its inaugural members,” according to a company press release. “Finally, Brigadier General James Bienlien (US Army, retired) has joined the company as Vice President of Defense. As counterdrone capabilities rise to a priority need in warfare, Dedrone is deepening its relationships with defense departments globally, including the United States Department of Defense’s (DoD) Defense Innovation Unit (DIU).”

In Ukraine, says the company, Dedrone has established itself as a trusted mission partner for airspace and national security, providing AI-enabled expeditionary solutions designed for the rapidly changing conditions of conflict. “With the ability to iterate quickly with intelligence and data directly from theater, Dedrone can create even more robust ML models with short development cycles, especially when compared to legacy closed-loop DoD systems. To accelerate these advances even further, Dedrone recently opened an office in Denmark for real-time development and testing with access to the highest-end sensors and threat simulation capabilities. Further signaling this close and productive relationship, Dedrone is one of 15 inaugural signatories of the Ukraine Defence Industry Compact, providing the country with vital defense technology in its existential fight.”

The company recorded a record number of 16 separate transactions with national defence organizations around the world during 2023, including the US DoD, where Dedrone has secured all necessary credentials to conduct specialized contract work. “The company is collaborating with the DIU and other key DoD organizations to work on urgent requirements, based on the knowledge gained through its ongoing international engagements. To further ensure that its solutions reach critical areas, Dedrone recently became a member of the Global Special Operations Forces (GSOF) Foundation, a foundation connecting public and private stakeholders in SOF activities worldwide.

“Dedrone is implemented across 32 countries and is used by five of the G-7 nation governments; 810+ sites, including 46+ airports and 60 stadiums; 14 US federal entities and 20 non-US governments. The company actively provides counterdrone solutions for some of the most high-profile events and organizations working with public safety entities to protect over 350 sites globally. Dedrone’s work to change the airspace security industry has received many accolades in the last year including being named to the CNBC Disruptor 50, Silicon Valley Defense Group NatSec100, three Platinum ASTOR Homeland Security 2023 awards and a Best Place to Work designation from Built In.”

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