CybAero announces that the company has signed a collaboration agreement today with Missing People Sweden. The agreement allows Missing People to use CybAeros remote controlled drones to find missing people.
‘’It is exciting that Missing People has chosen us as a partner in their work to improve their search for missing people. This agreement proves our concept and that our technology attracts bigger interest. It also confirms that our RPAS helicopters can be used in all types of environments’’ says CybAeros CEO Johan Ahlström.
When needed, CybAero will provide Missing People with remote controlled helicopters. With the help of CybAeros helicopters, Missing People will be able to, in a more time-efficient and cost-effective way, search for people in areas that have previously been difficult to reach. The first step of the agreement is non-commercial and CybAero will only receive coverage for their costs. The intention is to evaluate the conditions for a long-term collaboration and a commercial agreement.
’’We are very pleased to get access to CybAeros drones. It helps us covering greater areas faster and easier, also in terrain that otherwise would be difficult to reach, says Kicki Erkers at Missing People Sweden.
About Missing People Sweden
Missing People Sweden is a nonprofit organization that helps families and police to arrange search efforts and publish notifications for missing people.
CybAero develops and manufactures Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) for safer and more effective aerial operations in various environments, including those hazardous in nature. The company has made a great international impact with its APID One helicopter, which can be adapted for both military and civilian applications such as coastal and border surveillance, search and rescue missions, and mapping. CybAero’s head office is located in the Mjärdevi Science Park in Linköping, Sweden. The company has around 35 employees and has been listed on the Nasdaq First North since 2007. FNCA Sweden AB is the company’s certified adviser.