Operators using the ParaZero SafeAir System can now share their flight data with SkyWatch.AI and receive a higher Safety Score that will provide them with a unique reduced rate.
SkyWatch.AI, a prominent risk-assessment and InsurTech platform for the drone industry and ParaZero, the leading developer of advanced drone safety systems, announced today a collaboration that will allow drone operators, using the SafeAir Parachute to receive reduced rates on their drone insurance. The companies have teamed up in order to further benefit safe pilots who take extra measures to reduce drone risks. Pilots with ParaZero’s SafeAir system can now share their flight data with SkyWatch.AI and receive a higher Safety Score that will provide them with a unique reduced rate.
The collaboration between SkyWatch.AI and ParaZero will allow drone operators to dramatically mitigate risk through the ASTM compliant ParaZero system, reduce their insurance costs with SkyWatch.AI, and also apply for a Flight Over People waiver with the FAA. This cooperation brings with it added value to drone operators, and is another great advancement in the development of the commercial drone ecosystem.
ParaZero’s SafeAir Systems support DJI Mavic and Phantom drone models, use independent computer and sensors to detect critical failures in real-time, stop the rotors, deploy a parachute, and bring down the drone at reduced energy, and enhanced safety. The systems have been tested thoroughly in real life flight failures and are compliant with ASTM F3322-18. The ParaZero systems are used in dozens of approved FAA 107.39 waivers for drone operations over people.
“Safety has always been a main priority in SkyWatch.AI’s efforts to promote drone usage,” said Tomer Kashi, SkyWatch.AI CEO and Co-Founder. “We are proud to team up with ParaZero as we believe that pilots who use advanced safety systems such as the SafeAir parachute should be rewarded.”
“ParaZero is thrilled to be partnering with SkyWatch.AI. This is a unique opportunity that allows drone operators who take all the safety measures to be rewarded for their efforts to mitigate risk.” said Eden Attias, CEO of ParaZero.