WhiteFox secures intellectual property to advance drone security work

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WhiteFox has acquired the assets and key personnel of an East Coast headquartered company.

The acquisition means WhiteFox can expand product lines and says it could also ensure continued technological leadership in the drone security industry.

Luke Fox, founder and CEO of WhiteFox, said: “This acquisition is a significant leap forward for WhiteFox, and cements our position as the global leader in airspace security. Our mission is to ensure drones will enhance our quality of life, by providing an ecosystem in which drones can be securely operated, detected, identified and, if necessary, mitigated.”

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The move is the latest in a series of developments following the company’s growth in recent months.

In May, WhiteFox opened a new office in Los Angeles and brought on Mark Kula as president to oversee strategic growth, manufacturing, and general business operations.

Also in May, CDP reported on WhiteFox winning two AUVSI awards.

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