Dash Bootstrap Components is ready for testing in India
CBC News has learned that Dash Bootstraps are now ready for India and China, where the Chinese government has a significant stake in building the first global commercial drone fleet.
The Dash Bootstack is a new approach to developing applications for mobile devices that is built from the ground up to be easy to deploy and use.
It is powered by the open source Dash Web Framework and can be used by any developer.
Dash is launching its own global commercial fleet of drones, dubbed the Global Drone Fleet, on April 29.
It’s the latest step in the company’s efforts to create a secure, autonomous, and reliable flying system that can be easily deployed by the public, commercial, and military.
“We are very excited to have the Global Drones Fleet ready to go.
It will bring great value to the entire industry.
Dash is already in great position to be the dominant player in the global drone market,” said Shashank Jha, president of Dash Technologies.
The company’s launch in India is a part of a global push to bring Dash into the mainstream.
It has set up a partnership with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to get the Global Fleet flying in the country within the next three months.
The partnership with India is expected to allow Dash to scale up faster, while also providing greater access to the world’s largest drone market.
The Global Drone fleet has already been tested in India.
It was initially deployed in the Indian Air Force, which operates around 80 aircraft.
But India’s government is keen to expand its drone fleet and has already begun accepting bids from the US, Russia, the Netherlands, and Germany.
“This is a very exciting day for Dash.
We’re excited to see how Dash will take the world by storm,” said Jha.
The global fleet is expected in the next few months to expand to include dozens of smaller drones that can all fly independently.
Dash says it will be able to quickly deploy these drones into remote locations and will also make them much easier to maintain.