The Civil Aviation Safety Agency () in Australia is allowing the company to conduct commercial drone flights in the country. This marks the first time that Australia has granted such permission to a drone company.
ParaZero Technologies notes that this approval is for its local partner, OVRL. This approval allows for a broad range of flight operations. That includes flying near and over people while equipped with ParaZero Technologies’ ParaZero safety systems.
Tim Butler, CEO of OVRL, said the following about the drone news:
“We look forward to helping the industry utilize ParaZero systems and are excited to see the new, previously untested use cases for commercial drones now that they can be legally flown overhead people.”
What’s Next for PRZO Stock?
Investors will want to keep an eye on ParaZero Technologies to see how this approval affects its business. They’ll also note that this news comes after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted approval to its Optimus-1EX system.
Today’s news also brings with it heavy trading of PRZO stock. As of this writing, more than 79.6 million shares of the stock have changed hands. That’s well above its daily average trading volume of about 1.4 million shares.
PRZO stock is up 57.5% as of Friday morning.
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