BRINC Stock

brincdrones.comConsumer & Lifestyle / Consumer ElectronicsFounded: 2019Funding to Date: $85MM

BRINC develops and manufacturers drones to help first responders and aid in dangerous situations.

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News Highlights

The Last Word: Brinc's Mark Lang On Why Suspects Surrender to His Company's Drones
Dallas County recently held a Drone & Robotics Demo Day, featuring presentations from 10 innovative companies. The event marked the launch of the county's UAS and Robotics Technology Program, in partnership with the North Texas Innovation Alliance. Mark Lang from Brinc presented the Lemur 2 law enforcement and emergency services drone, noting that suspects often voluntarily surrender when the drone is deployed.
BRINC Aims Lemur 2 and BRINC Ball at Police, SWAT
Seattle-based company BRINC is marketing its new Lemur 2 small unmanned aerial system (UAS) and BRINC Ball to police and SWAT teams. The Lemur 2, an advanced drone equipped with a floodlight, FLIR sensor, microphone and speaker, is designed to de-escalate potential standoffs by allowing police to negotiate with suspects remotely. The BRINC Ball is a rugged, tossable two-way communication system. The Lemur 2 is priced between $10,000 and $20,000, while the BRINC Ball costs around $2,000.
Meet Blake Resnick, the 23-year-old drone startup founder worth $100M
Blake Resnick, the 23-year-old founder and CEO of drone manufacturer Brinc Drones, is now worth $100 million. Resnick founded Brinc Drones in 2019 and has grown it to a $300 million operation. The company, which supplies drones to Ukraine, is backed by OpenAI founder Sam Altman and former acting defense secretary Patrick Shanahan.
Updated on: Feb 28, 2024

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