FoxFury Lighting Solutions is partnering with the NPS-DDP (National Public Safety Drone Donation Program) in an effort to bring UAV/UAS technology to public safety agencies in need across the country. For the month of May, FoxFury pledges a percentage of its drone lighting sales to NPS-DDP with the goal of donating drones to agencies that have applied for program consideration.
Dozens of fire departments, search and rescue teams, local police, border security, and more apply to NPS-DDP in the hopes of receiving drone technology that they cannot otherwise acquire on their own to help their communities.
Public Safety Agencies
NPS-DDP accepts donations from private citizens, drone manufacturers, or corporate donors like FoxFury. The program then matches applicants with donors to provide as many drones as possible to departments in need.
FoxFury Lighting Solutions is the creator of the Rugo Drone & Camera Light
FoxFury Lighting Solutions is the creator of the Rugo Drone & Camera Light. The Rugo is a rugged go-anywhere light that can mount to a variety of drones, providing public safety agencies with needed lighting during search, inspection, and photo/video applications. The light is rechargeable and has three different beam options, allowing users to choose between area, spot, and flood lighting, depending on their need.
Keep Communities Safe
The Rugo is also waterproof, rugged, and impact resistant, which makes it an ideal tool for these agencies. Users can purchase the Rugo individually or as a bundle that includes (2) Rugo lights, (1) extra Quick Swap Power Pack with Strobe, and (1) set of drone mounts. Drone mounts are available for the following drones: DJI Phantom 4, DJI Inspire, DJI Matrice, Yuneec, Typhoon H, and Yuneec H520. For the month of May, FoxFury will donate a portion of Rugo and Rugo Drone Bundle sales to NPS-DDP with the goal of donating drones to applying agencies.
“Our lights exist to keep people safe,” said Antonio Cugini, Director of Marketing at FoxFury Lighting Solutions. “So we are thrilled to be working with NPS-DDP in the hopes of bringing new technology to departments that can use it to keep their communities safe.”