Red Cat to sell consumer drone units Rotor Riot and Fat Shark to focus on security specialist Teal

Diversified aerial tech group Red Cat Holdings is moving to tighten its range of activities with the announcement it will sell its two consumer drone divisions, Rotor Riot and Fat Shark, to focus on the military and security activities of its surging Teal unit.

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Teal secures exclusive Autonodyne drone automation software rights

Red Cat Holdings has announced its Teal Drones unit has secured exclusive rights to equip its flagship Golden Eagle UAVs with autonomy enhancing Autodonyne software.

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Teal to roll out four-drone, single-operator mini-swarm platform

Aerial tech group Red Cat Holdings has announced its Teal Drones unit is introducing a product allowing a single pilot to operate four UAVs simultaneously, offering swarm performance and effectiveness to defense and enterprise users alike.

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Red Cat Holdings confirms acquisition of Skypersonic

Fat Shark’s parent company Red Cat Holdings has announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Skypersonic and its technologies. The acquisition will allow Fat Shark’s technology to be used alongside Skypersonic to undertake remote inspections from anywhere in the world.

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