Sky-Hero, a manufacturing company from Belgium, recently announced the world’s first NDAA-compliant indoor tactical drone. This is built for close-quarter indoor operations. The product is called LOKI Mk2US and has a design that supports quick launching ability. It’s suitable for manual take-off and performs a precise assisted landing. Use this smart device to gather important information anywhere, including a microphone and a camera. One can also fly this drone and record in complete darkness, thanks to LOKI Mk2US’s highly sensitive ‘Day-Night + IR sensor camera.’ The drone is fully optimized for indoor deployment and offers several smart modes such as ‘Floor’ and ‘Turtle’ for users’ convenience.
According to Sky-Hero, this drone solution has been field-tested in different parts of the world for tactical purposes. The manufacturers will incorporate changes into the drone before launching it in the US market. The shipping starts in the first quarter of 2023 for North America. AARDVARK will be the US seller for this product.
Jon Becker, AARDVARK’s CEO, expressed his opinion on this launch: “We are extremely excited to see Sky-Hero release an NDAA-compliant version of LOKI. While there are a number of products on the market that claim to be American, in reality, the large majority of drones are simply built with Chinese-made parts and, at best, assembled in the US. LOKI Mk2US has always been made by NATO allies, and now every NDAA-covered component will be too.” NDAA compliance is a major win for any tactical drone solution. This drone could take the US market by storm in the first quarter of 2023.