The RDARS flagship product, the Eagle Watch Platform, is comprised of Eagle Eye, a drone, Eagle Nest, a drone station, Eagle Rover, an indoor robotic system, and Eagle Watch Command & Control Software.
RDARS Inc., a company developing autonomous drone and robotic systems for alarm system augmentation and surveillance, has opened a manufacturing facility in Pickering, Ontario, for the production of its Eagle Eye and Eagle Nest products.
“We find that the highly skilled technology labour pool that is required for this advanced manufacturing process is available in Canada, and we are proud of this step we are taking. To be able to say made in Canada is an honour, and we believe that the stability of Canada, without all the risks of the geopolitical turmoil and supply chain disruptions, is important for the company at this stage of its evolution” said Charles Zwebner, CEO and Director of the company.
This milestone is another critical piece of the company’s development process. RDARS will be immediately producing 20 systems which will be imminently made available for deployment into selected locations for testing purposes to achieve certifications for Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) flight missions with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transport Canada.
The company’s flagship product, the Eagle Watch Platform, is comprised of Eagle Eye, a drone, Eagle Nest, a drone station, Eagle Rover, an indoor robotic system, and Eagle Watch Command & Control Software.
Founded in 2019, RDARS claims it has disruptive technology that is redefining the security industry’s approach to protecting properties, by introducing protection with autonomous artificial intelligent systems that allow for real time response, situation awareness, verification, intervention, evidence recording, data capture, analysis, and immediate downstream transmissions to the public safety agencies. RDARS has the ability upon a breach of a security in real time to receive, analyze, and downstream the data and inform the public safety agencies who the perpetrators are before they even get to the property.