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FoxFury Lighting Solutions is partnering with the NPS-DDP (National Public Safety Drone Donation Program) in an effort to bring UAV/UAS technology to public safety agencies in need across the country. For the month of May, FoxFury pledges a percentage of its drone lighting sales to NPS-DDP with the goal of donating drones to agencies that have applied for program consideration. Dozens of fire departments, search and rescue teams, local police, border security, and more apply to NPS-DDP in the hopes of receiving drone technology that they cannot otherwise acquire on their own to help their communities. Public Safety Agencies NPS-DDP accepts donations from private citizens, drone manufacturers, or corporate donors like FoxFury. The program then matches applicants with donors to provide as many drones as possible to departments in need. FoxFury Lighting Solutions is the creator of the Rugo Drone & Camera Light FoxFury Lighting Solutions is the creator of the Rugo Drone & Camera Light. The Rugo is a rugged go-anywhere light that can mount to a variety of drones, providing public safety agencies with needed lighting during search, inspection, and photo/video applications. The light is rechargeable and has three different beam options, allowing users to choose between area, spot, and flood lighting, depending on their need. Keep Communities Safe The Rugo is also waterproof, rugged, and impact resistant, which makes it an ideal tool for these agencies. Users can purchase the Rugo individually or as a bundle that includes (2) Rugo lights, (1) extra Quick Swap Power Pack with Strobe, and (1) set of drone mounts. Drone mounts are available for the following drones: DJI Phantom 4, DJI Inspire, DJI Matrice, Yuneec, Typhoon H, and Yuneec H520. For the month of May, FoxFury will donate a portion of Rugo and Rugo Drone Bundle sales to NPS-DDP with the goal of donating drones to applying agencies. “Our lights exist to keep people safe,” said Antonio Cugini, Director of Marketing at FoxFury Lighting Solutions. “So we are thrilled to be working with NPS-DDP in the hopes of bringing new technology to departments that can use it to keep their communities safe.”
All FoxFury lights are completely submersible and can be deployed in all weather conditions FoxFury Lighting Solutions is returning to Indianapolis for FDIC (Fire Department Instructors Conference) to display its portable lighting tools for firefighters. FoxFury features helmet lights, right angle lights and portable scene lights in booth #5157. FoxFury produces application-specific lighting tools for when seconds count and lives are on the line. The company unveils its newest fire, rescue and EMS lights at FDIC. This year, a new portable scene lighting system will be on display. This new lighting system can be seen along with front and side mounted helmet lights, right angle spotlights and portable, cordless scene lights in booth #5157. All FoxFury lights are completely submersible and can be deployed in all weather conditions. FoxFury's two contests at FDIC: 1. 4th Annual FDIC Nomad Contest - one lucky winner takes home a Nomad Prime scene light, which retails for $1,500. To enter, complete an entry form in the FoxFury booth. The competition takes place Fri, April 23 at 2:30 PM EDT. 2. How Do You FoxFury (HDYFF) Contest - tell us how you use FoxFury lights for a chance to win a FoxFury Hands-Free 3 Lighting Kit for you and a friend. Enter via email, social media or at the FoxFury booth. Click Here for more HDYFF contest details. "We look forward to seeing old friends and meeting new ones at FDIC," said Antonio Cugini, Director of Marketing for FoxFury Lighting Solutions. FDIC 2015 runs April 20-25, 2015. Exhibits are open April 23-25 in the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Nomad Transformer is the tallest member of the Nomad Area-Spot family FoxFury Lighting Solutions is pleased to officially introduce its tallest and brightest portable scene light, the Nomad Transformer. The rechargeable Transformer delivers up to 14,000 lumens for up to 24 hours at a max height of 12.5 ft (3.8 m). This powerful generator-free light uses CREE LEDs and can be used as a 360 degree scene light, area light and spot light. The Nomad Transformer is the tallest member of the Nomad Area-Spot family. Like the Nomad 360, it can be used as a 360 degree scene light, 120 degree area light and 12 degree spotlight. What sets it apart is its ability to extend up to 12.5' (3.8 m) tall to provide overhead lighting at large areas and events. The Nomad Transformer deploys in around one minute and provides up to 14,000 torch lumens of light. This waterproof CREE LED scene light has three intensities and offers 3-24 hours of battery life. It has a remote activation option and its modular design enables ease of transport and storage. The Transformer's cord and generator free design enable it to be a safer, quieter alternative to generator-powered lights (including balloon lights). It is also more versatile as it can be used inside buildings and near doorways. The Nomad Transformer runs on a rechargeable NiMH power pack. Additional power packs can be swapped for use in military operations and emergency response. It can be used as a tripod light when the head, triposcope and power pack are connected. If only the head and power pack are connected, it works as a mini scene light. "The Transformer was built to save first responders and industrial professionals around the world time, money and frustration. We feel this lighting tool offers unique portability, power and performance," said Mario Cugini, CEO of FoxFury. The Transformer debuted at FDIC 2014 back in April. The design has been improved since and the product is officially ready for launch.