Source: RDARS Inc.
  • RDARS will be holding its inaugural deployment event on George Washington’s birthday February 20th in Miami
  • The event will be a meet and greet for all RDARS executives, employees, professionals, vendors, and shareholders
  • RDARS is an early-stage autonomous robotics and drone technology company
  • RDARS Inc. (RDRS) opened trading at C$0.03

RDARS Inc. (RDRS)  will be holding its inaugural deployment event on George Washington’s birthday February 20th in Miami, Florida.

This event will be the first post-pandemic meet and greet for all RDARS executives, employees, professionals, vendors, and shareholders.

CEO Charles Zwebner commented on the event.

“We are thrilled to invite our shareholders and special guests to immerse them in a memorable experience with the company’s technology. It will be a night to remember, and we look forward to bringing together the energy and innovation at this unique event.”

RDARS is advancing the security industry’s approach to protecting properties by introducing autonomous systems that allow for real-time response, situation awareness, verification, intervention, evidence recording, data capture, analysis, and immediate downstream transmissions to public safety agencies.

RDARS has the ability to receive, analyze, and downstream the data and inform public safety agencies who the perpetrators are before they even arrive at the property.

RDARS Inc. (RDRS) opened trading at C$0.03.


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