Meet Stark Drones, a Startup Wanting to Build Firefighting UAVs and Other Futuristic Gadgets : The Tribune India
New Delhi, Dec 14: Stark Drones is not your average or typical startup. They are a startup that is dedicated to doing groundbreaking things within the industry and hopes to build a lot of disruptive technology. This includes trying to take care of bushfires and making sure that firefighting is much safer even at the commercial level. A goal of Stark Drones is to begin the development of firefighting UAVs during the year of 2023. It is one of their portfolio of other technologies centered on disrupting telecommunications and infrastructure as industries.
Stark Drones is a startup that is heavily involved in sustainability, green technology and environmental engineering. A huge initiative that Stark Drones is working on is the development of various solutions for compressed air energy storage and various technologies for smart cities and decentralized networks. Their intellectual property portfolio has also expanded. 2022 was quite the year for them. They tested an internet balloon and worked on various prototype phases and demo launches.
India is a country that could potentially benefit greatly from technology that Stark Drones is building. According to TimesMojo, about 80% of India’s water is heavily polluted and the demand for water is expected to grow by 55 percent by the year 2050. Stark Drones is helping to do what it can to tackle the water scarcity problem on a global scale.
Stark Drones is working on “water from air” prototypes or water harvesting devices to tackle this problem. They are also working on aquatic and underwater wireless networks for oceanic monitoring and mineral offloading, as well as the UAVs to fight fires that can cause droughts. Their UAVs also plan to use dry chemical methods to put out fires instead of large amounts of water.
They are working on an equity funding campaign on Wefunder which will be at: https://www.wefunder.com/starkdrones.
Regarding their crowdfunding campaign, they have the following disclosure:
We ‘test the waters’ to determine investors’ interest in an offer under Regulation Crowdfunding. No money or other compensation is requested. If sent, it will not be accepted. No offer to buy securities will be accepted. No part of the purchase price will be received until a Form C is submitted and only through Wefunder’s platform. Any indication of interest does not constitute an obligation or commitment of any kind.
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