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December 19th, 2019
Connecticut Signs Participating Addendum with DroneUp Providing Public Sector Agencies Access to Drone Services

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – DroneUp, LLC signed a Participating Addendum with the State of Connecticut established as the Procurement Division Contract #19PSX0049. This begins the offering for the purchase of complete drone solutions to all state agencies, political subdivisions, and institutions in accordance with Conn. Gen. Stat. §4a-54. The award is the first of its kind for the drone industry and a highly anticipated announcement.