Dallas County, in partnership with the North Texas Innovation Alliance, is putting out a call for innovators in the unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and robotics technology sphere. The aim is to integrate these technologies into their everyday functioning.
To achieve this, the county has organized a UAS/Robotics Innovation Demo Day on June 26. The event will demonstrate different uses of these technologies to various county departments. This demo day will also enable the assessment of the return on investment and scalability potential of the showcased technologies for broader implementation across the county and local governments.
The county encourages UAS and robotics technology vendors to participate in the event. To apply, vendors are to complete the “Vendor Information and Response” section on their website. The county underscores that the participation of vendors involves a voluntary, cost-free demonstration of their technology's capabilities in Dallas County.
The county will extend formal invitations to selected vendors post reviewing their responses to present their solution at the demo day. The deadline for submissions is June 5.
Dallas County has expressed interest in an array of UAS/robotics applications. These include but are not limited to parking lot surveillance, detection of illegal dumping, supply or warehouse delivery, inventory management, inter-office/inter-building delivery, remote inspections of county fleet vehicles, condition inspection and evaluation of county buildings, and drones/robotics for public safety.
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