Security tech provider Elsight will be deploying more of its drone connectivity products to the Israeli Police after a competitive tender process was won.

Its state-of-the-art Halo platform is the first AI-powered connectivity solution for unmanned vehicles to market and ensures businesses have continuous and reliable service and communication with their drones.

The difference between regular drone connections and Elsight’s (ASX:ELS) hardware is its beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) capability, meaning increased range for long distance applications.

The multi-year deal will ensure the Israeli Police is supplied with communication on the move solutions to border patrol, drone, K9 and SWAT units within the police force.

It is expected there will be a sizeable increase in the number of Halo units ordered each year by the Israeli Police, as well as new orders with other departments under Israel’s Ministry of National Security.

Working with Israeli police

The company has quite a number of high-profile clients across US, Europe, South American, the Middle East and Asia – including delivery service DroneUp which is used by US retail giant Walmart, Brazil’s SpeedBird Aero and Spright, the drone division of US medical services company Air Methods.

Elsight has been working with the Israeli Police since 2017.

Elsight CEO Yoav Amitai said that winning the with the Israeli Police over the competition and after years of successful collaboration is something the team were very proud of.

“The connection between Elsight and the Israeli Police is a strong one, and this tender will allow the connection to grow even stronger,” Amitai said.

“We look forward to working with our current partners within the various units of the Israeli Police as well as potential new partners within the various departments of the Ministry of National Security of Israel, showing them the benefits of the Elsight Halo and what it means to operate with absolute connection confidence.”

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