DHL will partner DRONAMICS to jointly develop solutions and offer same-day cargo drone deliveries to customers using DRONAMICS’ drone delivery network and Black Swan drones. Both companies are discussing mutual exclusivity for middle-mile drone deliveries in selected industries and markets. In addition, DRONAMICS’ goal to become carbon-negative by 2027 and direction to operate on sustainable biofuels in the future will play a part in helping DHL achieve its goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050.Continue reading “Middle-mile drone delivery – DRONAMICS and DHL enter partnership”
DRONAMICS the world’s leading developer and operator of large cargo drones, announces the appointment of Roger Morris as Chief Product Officer (CPO), a new senior management team position, responsible for all customer and product activities across the business.Continue reading “DRONAMICS appoints Roger Morris as Chief Product Officer”
Dronamics, the world’s leading middle-mile cargo drone developer and operator, today unveiled the first 3 airports in Germany that will be part of its broader European Droneport Network that now totals 38 airports in 12 European countries.Continue reading “Dronamics Adds Germany with 3 New Airports to Growing European Droneport Network”
US Army wants to equip units with ‘delivery drones’ by FY-26. The Army wants information from industry on an autonomous unmanned aircraft system that can perform aerial resupply to infantry brigade combat teams, with the first unit equipped by fiscal year 2026, according to a notice posted today.Continue reading “US Army wants to equip units with ‘delivery drones’ by FY-26”
Air taxis, cargo delivery drones or unmanned systems for emergencies is an ever-approaching reality. Urban air mobility (UAM) will help us create more sustainable and smarter cities. This new reality being on the horizon, has led to AMU-LED which is an H2020 project of the European Union whose main purpose is to demonstrate the safe integration of different types of drone operations in our city´s skies.Continue reading “AMU-LED programme tests future of urban air mobility”
Verizon’s Skyward and UPS Flight Forward have announced they will be working together to bring drone delivery to The Villages in Florida. The drones will use Verzion’s 4G and 5G networks, running on Skywards’ drone management platform.Continue reading “Verizon Skyward, UPS announce drone delivery service to Florida”
As the pandemic makes us more dependent on deliveries, drone makers and real estate developers are finding ways to get people their goods – changes they hope will have lasting effects
The drone rises quickly off the launch pad, hovers briefly and then whines out over the waters of Lake Simcoe on a mission to deliver masks and hand sanitizer to a First Nations community, and maybe inspire its youth in a new direction.Continue reading “Drone delivery could lead to robots in the sky”
Recent drone delivery projects in two First Nations communities in Ontario have been able to lift the spirits of the local populations.
Bringing in PPE, food, medicine, and other basic and medical supplies, new initiatives in Georgina Island First Nation and Beausoleil First Nation have taken off with the first COVID-19 pandemic-related drone deliveries in Canada.Continue reading “Potential for future delivery projects with Indigenous communities in Canada”
Amazon’s Drone Delivery Fleet receives FAA Clearance
Retail behemoth Amazon.com Inc. took a big leap toward delivering goods from the sky by becoming one of only a handful of companies certified by the U.S. government to operate as a drone airline.
The Federal Aviation Administration designated Amazon Prime Air an “air carrier,” the company said Monday. That allows Amazon to begin its first commercial deliveries in the U.S. under a trial program, using the high-tech devices it unveiled for that purpose last year.Continue reading “Amazon’s Drone Delivery Fleet receives FAA Clearance”
Package Delivery Milestone approval for Amazon
Amazon . com Inc. said Monday it received federal approval to establish a fleet of drones and will begin limited tests of package delivery to customers in the U.S., although a number of key steps remain before widespread use of the technology will be allowed.Continue reading “Amazon receives US approval for Package Delivery Milestone”