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#WallStreetSignals: $CYCA Cytta Corp's Drone Clear Featured in DroneLife

Cytta Corp (OTCQB: CYCA, the "Company") is pleased to announce that our IGAN (Incident Global Area Network) video integration technology, which empowers the 'DroneClear' police room/building clearing protocol, has been featured recently in a story in DroneLife (DroneLife.com) the magazine of record for the drone industry.

The article by reporter Jim Magill focuses on how the Dallas Police Department Unmanned Aircraft Systems are now using Cytta's new Drone Clear technology to help clear buildings of potential threats before police squads enter a situation. Using IGAN video technology, Drone Clear allows police teams to see the same video that a drone operator sees from a drone(s) at an incident, all in real-time.

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Cytta Corp (OTCQB: CYCA) creates and disseminates exclusive programming innovation that is intended to move how to video/sound information is coordinated, transferred, consumed, moved, and put away. Cytta's restrictive IGAN Incident Command System (ICS) framework incorporates in real time all suitable video and sound transfers during crises, empowering work on virtual policing. The IGAN ICS presents ongoing video and sound situational mindfulness, which Cytta accepts is helpful and important for police, firemen, specialists on call, crisis clinical laborers, industry, ecological and crises, security, military, and their war rooms in a crisis.

Cytta's exclusive SUPR ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) framework conveys real-time pressure of video transfers for surface, airborne, and submerged ISR applications including conditions, where video transfers are communicated past view. By using a SUPR-empowered encoder installed in an automated framework, video can be safely transferred in superior quality through an incredibly low data transmission LEO satellite uplink (<22 kbps) with super-low inertness. Our restrictive Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) innovation is worked around SUPR, a strong programming codec, which is the innovation at the center of our real-time video pressure items. SUPR is expressly intended for streaming HD, 4K, and higher goal video, in transfer speed compelled conditions, while diminishing required specialized assets.

Cytta has made video/sound joining programming progressed, video pressure, and compact/SaaS equipment/programming frameworks that tackle true issues in enormous business sectors. Cytta maintains that its items should empower and engage the world to consume better video anyplace, whenever. Cytta's definitive objective is to convey such great video, continuously, that isn't perceptible from reality with the unaided eye, making a computer-generated 'Experience Delivered.'

For more information, please visit Cytta.com and the Cytta Video Channel on YouTube to view Cytta's vision, products, competitive advantages, marketplace, new product utilization, and markets.

About DroneLife Digital Magazine (DroneLife.com)

DroneLife is here to make sure you, the consumer, are up to date on all the latest drone news, product releases, YouTube videos, and legal precedents so you can stay informed about the rise of the commercial drone. DRONELIFE also helps companies to get the word out with branding, lead generation, and content. We cover all major players in this industry. Editor In Chief Miriam McNabb

Jim Magill is a Houston-based writer with almost a quarter-century of experience covering technical and economic developments in the oil and gas industry. After retiring in December 2019 as a senior editor with S&P Global Platts, Jim began writing about emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robots, and drones, and the ways in which they're contributing to our society. In addition to DroneLife, Jim is a contributor to Forbes.com and his work has appeared in the Houston Chronicle, U.S. News & World Report, and Unmanned Systems, a publication of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International.

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