DarkPulse Inc. (OTCMKTS:DPLS) is moving in a range after a big jump. The tech company has signed two purchase agreements finalizing the acquisition of Wildlife Specialists LLC and Remote Intelligence LLC. The two companies together provide fully integrated geo-rectified, drone-based, 3D modeled plotting for various industrial applications, critical infrastructure inspection, border security, specialization in environmental survey and energy, and Oil & Gas sector specialization.
In addition, remote Intelligence offers unmanned aerial solutions as part of its holistic intelligence services and consultation. Its main focus area is aerial drone systems providing quick, comprehensive aerial inspection and site mapping services.
The company’s CEO Dennis O’Leary said that the acquisitions would bring capabilities for its existing businesses via its subsidiary Optilan and expand service offerings. He explained that Remote Intelligence permits platform integration with the company’s monitoring service through a drone-based “eye in the sky” solution and enabled DarkPulse to enhance its offerings to top customers. So, in the coming weeks, DPLS is worth keeping an eye on.
On Monday, DPLS stock fell 2.60% at $0.1304 with more than 29.35 million shares, compared to its average volume of 109.39 million shares. The stock has moved within a range of $0.1250 – 0.1360 after opening the trade at $0.1350.