About Us

About Us

With one computer click, Paladin’s autonomous drone deploys to a 911 call from its remote homebase and arrives onsite before first responders. Prior to arriving onsite, first responders then have access to a live and controllable video feed where they can gather valuable intel on the situation, plan ahead, and execute immeditely upon arrival. In a world in which having information is planning to succeed, it’s dangerous that first responders have so little.

To have that unit overhead providing valuable information, intelligence, can be a gamechanger as to making sure we have good outcomes.“

Chief Ray Schultz, Memorial Village PD

A suspicious persons call...

was made by the mayor of Piney Point Village in Houston, TX one night. Knighthawk was there within 90 seconds. To the right is actual Knighthawk drone footage of the thermal camera surveiling the scene allowing for first responders to observe and decide the best course of aciton to take.

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It was a Great Experience

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It was a Great Experience

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It was a Great Experience

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