Suntuity AirWorks Offering FREE Assistance in Drone Acquisition through $850MM Federal Grant Assistance Program for Public Safety Agencies

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The drones and programs will be fully paid for by the DOJ as part of the $850 million funding that has been allocated to help public safety departments fight the spread of COVID-19. This includes police, firefighters, EMS teams and more that can now build or update their processes with the advantages of drone technology.

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Thanks to this initiative, state and local agencies can now start a drone fleet, or grow their existing drone departments, in order to deploy new applications that keep their personnel as safe as possible. -Charmie Pujalt, Director of Business Development, Suntuity AirWorks.

As a response to the recently announced Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Fund Program, Suntuity AirWorks (https://suntuityairworks.com) is offering free grant application assistance to all public safety agencies nationwide in order to help them acquire free drones and build customized drone programs for their respective agencies. The drones and programs will be fully paid for by the DOJ as part of the $850 million funding that has been allocated to help public safety departments fight the spread of COVID-19. This includes police, firefighters, EMS teams and more that can now build or update their processes with the advantages of drone technology.

As a DJI Certified Enterprise Dealer and a drone service provider, Suntuity AirWorks is uniquely positioned to advocate on behalf of communities for the benefits drones are showing in support of public safety efforts. With professional grant writing teams on staff, Suntuity AirWorks is leveraging the free grant processing service to help its customers adopt safer procedures to help keep officials healthy while fighting the spread of COVID-19, at virtually no cost to them.

“Thanks to this initiative, state and local agencies can now start a drone fleet, or grow their existing drone departments, in order to deploy new applications that keep their personnel as safe as possible,” said Charmie Pujalt, Director of Business Development at Suntuity AirWorks. “We’re here to help agencies successfully apply for this grant at no additional charge so they can have access to advanced drone technology as quickly and responsibly as possible. Our goal is to ensure our communities can better fight against the spread of the coronavirus with the best drones and aerial services on the market.”

Drones are being used successfully for aerial sanitization, crowd management, first response, medical delivery, identifying elevated body temperatures, and more in the fight against COVID-19 worldwide. Suntuity AirWorks is ready to help state and local agencies combat the virus’ spread with the same technological advancements curtailing the pandemic in Europe and Asia.

The application deadline is May 29, 2020. Suntuity AirWorks is encouraging public safety departments to contact them as soon as possible to start the process as grants will be awarded on a rolling basis.

To begin the application process, visit: https://suntuityairworks.com/grant-program/

For more information on Suntuity AirWorks, visit: https://suntuityairworks.com

About Suntuity AirWorks
Suntuity AirWorks (http://suntuitygroup.com/suntuity-cares/) is the UAV and Drone services division of the Suntuity Group of Companies, with drone and UAV service offerings in multiple countries and across the US. Their hardware and software platforms deliver state of the art industry-specific solutions from DJI, FLIR, Berkley and other reputable organizations. Suntuity Airworks recently acquired BirdsiVideo and Osprey Assessments, two of the largest UAS service networks across the United States.

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