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ParaZero receives second order from major automaker for drone safety system

Israel-based ParaZero Technologies Ltd., an aerospace company focused on drone safety systems for commercial drones and urban air mobility aircraft, has received a second order for its custom safety system for drones by one of the world’s largest automotive manufacturers.

The repeat order follows an agreement previously signed with the automotive manufacturer for the development of a bespoke safety solution for its proprietary drone program.

The automotive manufacturer plans to integrate ParaZero’s SafeAir drone safety system into their proprietary aircraft from the design stage, allowing for an optimized and seamless integration.

ParaZero has a history of supplying advanced safety solutions for global manufacturers and companies across a myriad of aerial platforms, including multirotor, single rotor, fixed wing, vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL), manned and unmanned, and urban air mobility aircraft.

This collaboration underscores the industry’s trust in our cutting-edge drone safety systems. We see this as a testament to our unwavering commitment to innovation and safety. As we venture further into this exciting partnership, it solidifies ParaZero’s position at the forefront of drone safety technology, catering to diverse industries, including the dynamic world of automotive manufacturing.

—Boaz Shetzer, CEO of ParaZero

Started in 2014 by a group of aviation professionals and drone industry veterans, ParaZero designs smart, autonomous parachute safety systems designed to enable safe flight operations over populated areas and beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS).

The ParaZero SafeAir system applies real-time data analytics to identify and mitigate flight risks autonomously and increase safety for bystanders while protecting the loss of expensive drones, equipment, and payloads.


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