Praxis Aerospace International Corp. (PRACI) and the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) have signed an agreement to provide joint services and products to further the adoption of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) by public safety agencies.
This includes agency credentialing, policies and procedures, and advanced training support. The partners say they had been working toward the agreement since January.
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An agreement between the Praxis Aerospace Concepts International Corporation (PACI) and the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) will enhance the integration of Unmanned Aircraft / Aerial Systems (UAS) by public safety agencies.
The two parties agreed to provide joint services and products to public safety agencies in the U.S. and International airspace. The agreement is aimed at mutually beneficial areas of opportunities like credentialing of public safety agencies, UAS policies and procedures, and advanced training support. Under the agreement signed on June 30, both parties will also focus on developing training courses and identifying the necessary funding in support of public safety agencies.
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