DJI Supplies Drones Across U.S. To Fight Pandemic

The Kent County Sheriff’s Office in Michigan received four DJI Mavic 2 drones, shown on the front hood of a police vehicle.
Credit: Kent County Sheriff’s Office
Mistrusted by the federal government but appreciated by municipal authorities, Chinese drone manufacturer DJI is distributing 100 small unmanned aircraft systems to U.S. police, fire and public safety agencies to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Under a disaster relief program the company unveiled...

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