Foreign media reported on July 11.The government-enterprise version of the UAV system in Dajiang has passed official tests and independent validation by the U.S. Department of the Interior.This is the case. The U.S. Department of the Interior is responsible for assessing and approving UAV technology for various uses. The Ministry said that in the 15-month rigorous evaluation of the Xinjiang UAV, no data was found to be transmitted outside the system.
The United States is the largest overseas market for UAVs in Xinjiang, and its UAVs have passed the test and verification by the U.S. regulatory authorities, which is crucial to ensure the U.S. market in Xinjiang.
But good things take too long.Cape Corp. said recently that it will stop cooperating with Xinjiang, which mainly provides software for UAVs to dispatch and control UAVs remotely, shoot accidents or crime scenes, while the UAVs sold to commercial markets in Xinjiang are pre-installed with Cape Corp. software.This is the case. But good things take too long.Cape Corp. said recently that it would stop cooperating with Xinjiang, which mainly provides software for UAVs to dispatch and control UAVs remotely, shoot accidents or crime scenes.
Cape said that the suspension of cooperation with Xinjiang was due to security issues, but the decision did not take effect immediately. The cooperation already under commercial contract will continue, and its customers will still have one year to use the UAV in Xinjiang.
In addition, the company also sent us an official statement, saying that Cape is one of the developers who joined the innovative SDK in Xinjiang, providing software services for its downstream users, not for Xinjiang, nor pre-installed in the UAV in Xinjiang.