Duke Robotics is based in North Carolina and offers an innovative military UAS drone with advanced stabilization technology.
Its TIKAD UAS Octocopter allows remote, real-time firing of small arms and light weapons.
Duke Robotics said its drone allows troops to negate a dangerous situation remotely without the need for a ground presence.
The partners will now focus on expanding Duke Robotics’ influence in the military technology sector.
Duke Robotics also focuses on educating the next generation of drone engineers.
It specializes in both the mechanical design of UAS, but also the AI software used in drone technology.