Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 24, 2012
Pulse Aerospace, provider of industrial/military grade unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), will attend the 2012 International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference in San Diego, September 30 through October 2.
The company will display its PA-01 Vapor Electric Unmanned Helicopter System, designed and developed by aerospace engineers Bill Donovan and Lance Holly, whose UAS innovations are currently in use in law enforcement operations across the United States. The Vapor is an FAA-compliant and industrial/military grade helicopter ideally suited to public safety.
Pulse Aerospace representatives will be available to answer questions about leasing and purchase options, insurance, maintenance and training at booth 5745. Attendees can watch an in-booth live streaming flight demonstration of the Vapor during exhibit hours and learn more about 360+, Pulse’s new turnkey leasing solution.
The IACP recently released guidelines for law enforcement agencies that address safety and privacy concerns related to UAS. The 2012 IACP conference features several education sessions on the use of unmanned aircraft in law enforcement operations and gathers law enforcement professionals from around the world to network, learn and explore the latest technology.
For more information about Pulse Aerospace, visit http://www.pulseaerospace.com.
About Pulse Aerospace
Pulse Aerospace specializes in industrial/military grade unmanned helicopters that conduct airborne search and rescue, law enforcement operations, aerial photography and mapping, 3D laser mapping, remote sensing and airborne inspection. Pulse is dedicated to designing, developing and delivering unmanned aircraft systems and turnkey solutions. Contact Pulse Aerospace at (720) 382-4793 to discuss how our products and services can meet your needs.