ParaZero signs integration deal with Doosan Mobility Innovation

ParaZero Doosan Mobility Innovation

Delta Drone International, the parent company of ParaZero, has announced it has signed an integration deal with South Korea’s Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI). The deal will see ParaZero’s drone parachutes be integrated into DMI’s DS30 range of drones.

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ParaZero secures 100 FAA waivers for drone pilots

ParaZero has just passed an important milestone: The FAA has issued 100 waivers to companies using its parachute drone safety system. The parachute system allows for flights over people and beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flights.

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ParaZero Drone Safety Systems to acquire Delta Drone South Africa

ParaZero Drone Safety Systems has executed a Letter of Intent with Delta Drones South Africa to acquire the business of Delta.

North Dakota receives FAA four-year waiver to fly drones over people

The North Dakota Department of Transportation announced that it had received a four-year waiver from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to fly drones over people during safety tests in North Dakota. The drones that will be used during these tests are equipped with the ParaZero SafeAir parachute recovery system.

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ParaZero SafeAir parachute system tested on DJI Phantom

With the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) considering to loosen the regulations for flying drones over people, drone parachutes have become of greater interest to many drone pilots. Recently we wrote about how Indemnis Nexus parachute met the strict safety standards. Today, we have two videos that show the ParaZero SafeAir parachute system tested by Billy Kyle and Ready Set Drone.

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ParaZero introduces a “SafeAir” parachute for the DJI Phantom and Mavic Pro series

ParaZero just announced a new “SafeAir” parachute system designed for the DJI Mavic Pro and Phantom series. The company already made parachute systems for larger drone models such as the Matrice 600 series but will now be launching similar systems for the smaller DJI drones. One benefit of this latest model is that the parachute is re-packable by the end-user and thus can be re-used. This system does not only work when you encounter a total malfunction of the drone and it comes falling out of the sky but it also when it detects excessive roll angle, in which case it will shut down the propellers before deploying itself.

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