DarkPulse Inc. (OTCMKTS:DPLS) was up 18% after announcing that its subsidiary, TerraData Unmanned, has successfully delivered an all-electric, custom, NDAA compliant drone system configuration to a client that provides over 60 minutes flight times and a 1.5kg payload which is the first in the sector.
On Wednesday, DPLS stock surged 18.32% at $0.0875 with more than 37.21 million shares, compared to its average volume of 37.40 million shares. The stock has moved within a range of $0.0720 – 0.0880 after opening the trade at $0.0740.
TerraData delivered the custom drone to the client as per their specifications exceeding the current sector offering by over 30 minutes due to the usable payload weight. The TerraData team, under the leadership of Justin Dee, built the QuadCopter Drone with a 1.5kg payload and over 60 minutes of flight. In addition, the customized platform offers NDAA acceptable autopilot, TSO Certified GPS unit, communication links, and a ground command station.
CEO of DarkPulse Dennis O’Leary said that the design and delivery of the cutting-edge drone tech to the client is a massive step in the commercial drone market and the company’s market strategy relative to drone platform capabilities. So, in the coming weeks, it is worth keeping an eye on DPLS.