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Can Parrot make the Swiss Army knife of drones?

Monday, March 2, 2020   (0 Comments)

By Kelsey D. Atherton  |  March 2, 2020  |  C4ISRNET


There is no perfect small drone on the military market. The right mix of utility, disposability, cost and compactness is a hard combination to find. But with Parrot — a drone company headquartered in Paris, France — the Swiss Army thinks it might have what it needs.

Can Parrot be the “Swiss Army Drone?”

It is rare that a military is synonymous with an accessory. It is rarer still that the military accessory itself is so successful it goes on to be a universal term for “useful in multiple ways.” But, thanks to the long legacy and success of the standard-use military knives purchased from Victorinox (and, formerly, Wenger), the Swiss Army has a reputation for getting the most out of what it acquires. READ MORE...

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