The new plant will use existing warehouses in California to assemble parts from China and other supplies. Jan Gasparic, head of strategic cooperation for North American operations in Xinjiang, told Japan's economic news as of November 11 that he would become the first UAV assembly base outside China. Detailed information about the time of the plant's commissioning only indicates that it will take a long time to confirm whether it meets the requirements of the authorities'supervision.
At present, Dajiang installs drones in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, where it is headquartered, and exports to the United States and so on. With domestic production in the United States, it is expected to achieve the effect of easier use of the company's drones, such as U.S. government agencies.
Jan Gasparic said in response to the United States market, in the Fire Department and other offices, the introduction of daijiang drones is increasing, so far, has played a role in the lives of more than 250 people. The U.S. Department of the Interior has also issued certificates of qualification for daijiang products in drone safety reviews for forest fire rescue activities. In addition to public safety, Jan Gasparic says it is likely to grow in areas such as infrastructure inspection, energy and agriculture, showing the idea of marketing to a wide range of businesses.
In the United States, the introduction of daijiang drones continues to expand, on the other hand, some people in the United States question the "safety" of Dajiang. The Department of Homeland Security issued a memo in May warning U.S. companies and others, saying Chinese-made drones were at risk of leaking information. Although not named, it is thought to have envisioned Dajiang. Jan Gasparic saying it has been working hard for years to enable UAV users to manage their own data. He also said that Dajiang is still subject to security supervision from external enterprises.
As for the "safety" of Xinjiang UAV, according to a previous report by Observer. com, Xinjiang announced on the 9th day that its security solution had been approved by the U. S. Department of the Interior. In the process of testing, the latter uses two types of UAVs in Dajiang.
The U.S. Department of the Interior has mentioned this in a report released on July 2. The Department conducted 1245 test flights (538 hours) of two UAVs in Xinjiang, during which no "data leakage" was found, and the UAV operated well.
The safety performance of products in Xinjiang has been examined by the US government, which is undoubtedly a strong refutation to earlier doubters.