Drone technology to cash in on your deliveries – HUBVERY takes on the challenges of the next-generation last-mile

Drone technology to cash in on your deliveries – HUBVERY takes on the challenges of the next-generation last-mile

Santa Cruz, CA –  With the announcement of a new OS, HUBVERY plans to change the way drone delivery is foreseen.  The technology startup envisions a supply chain with you as a key component of the cycle.

“Through our Geo-Aerial Bidirectional Routing Information Exchange Logarithm we look to facilitate the interconnectivity of UAVs and UAS with the other components of the last mile, so our peer-to-peer drone delivery network drives companies to see drones as a new source of revenue and create jobs that drive the supply chain and therefore the new digital economy…”, said Felipe Castro Quiles, CEO at HUBVERY.

GABRIEL (for its acronym) reimagines the last mile by coordinating terrestrial and UAV/UAS Hardware, Software, Firmware, Middleware, Drivers and Applications.  The company’s new update includes features that allow a more secure and seamless instant delivery.

“We aim to extend the last mile and, through our OS, cover secure intercontinental networks of peer-to-peer drone delivery and interconnect suppliers, providers, and clients as a partner”, added Pete Biggam, HUBVERY’s Chief Information Security Officer.

Intended to solve the disconnect between marginalized or isolated communities, by applying ridesharing principles, and the basics of a shared economy, the Organization was incubated in Singularity University at NASA, and NVIDIA AI Inception. The ongoing global economic recession caused by the pandemic, drove the team of Deep tech specialists to devise the creation of new jobs that respond to the new exponential technologies driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

The Company recently completed Hyper Accelerator, the market-leading startup accelerator program to help promising startup founders fund and scale their startup with a 100-Day Global Virtual Accelerator Program.

HUBVERY develops drone delivery technology to help individuals and companies send and receive their goods instantly.

If you would like more information about the topic, please call Felipe Castro Quiles at (650) 229-8502 or email request@hubvery.com