SF Express conducts cargo pod dropping test payolad 1.2ton max range 3000km. More about China’s drone newcomer Tengoen Technology ambitious plans here
China’s drone newcomer Tengoen Technology has ambitious plans China’s drone newcomer Tengoen Technology (also spelled Tengdun) has ambitious plans. The company promises to market armed drones for purchase. It also promises to build the world’s biggest cargo drone. That’s quite a slate for a company that was only founded in 2016.
Four years after Amazon introduced the idea, big aerospace companies are finally revealing their own cargo drone prototypes Using unmanned aerial vehicles for door-to-door deliveries seemed like a laughable pipe dream when Amazon tossed out the fanciful idea on 60 Minutes in December 2013. But some very important people didn’t find the concept so far-fetched.
Boeing unveiled a new unmanned electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (Boeing eVTOL) cargo air vehicle (CAV) prototype that will be used to test and evolve Boeing’s autonomy technology for future aerospace vehicles. It is designed to transport a payload up to 500 pounds for possible future cargo and logistics applications. “This flying cargo air vehicle represents another major… [read more]
Global UCA Conference mentioned in Aircargopedia newsletter The air cargo site Aircargopedia has started a separate section on unmanned cargo, and mentioned the Global UCA Conference in its latest newsletter. You can subscribe to this free newsletter on: http://www.aircargopedia.com/newsletters.htm.