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Skyports, AZ Turnhout and City of Turnhout announce medical drone delivery...

In September, drones will be used at AZ Turnhout to transport pathology samples and pharmaceuticals between the two major hospital sites during a unique trial project.

DHL launches its first regular fully-automated and intelligent urban drone delivery...

DHL Express, the world’s leading international express delivery service provider, and the world’s leading intelligent autonomous aerial vehicle company EHang have entered into a strategic partnership...

The UAV Air Bridge Goes To Africa

Daniel Ronen The UAV air bridge project took a major step forward in November 2018 with a trial deployment of the UAVAid Hansard system,...

Lake Victoria Challenge 2019, registration closes soon!

The Lake Victoria Challenge is still many months away, however, we are approaching our first major milestone of the year - the closing of the LVC Flying...

Indian civilian UAS users investigated

Francesco’s Pizzeria, in Mumbai, India, is situated in one of the busiest cities in the world. Mumbai’s congestion is notorious-and Francesco’s Pizzeria has sought to remedy this with the...

Cleveron opens world’s fastest public drone delivery service

Cleveron has made commercial drone delivery a new reality by offering the customers an opportunity to order cold drinks delivered by drones at a public beach in Viljandi. Never...

Logistics Gliders LG-100

A blast from the past in the drone world and an idea that is perhaps ripe for reinvention. The developers have gone quiet, that means one of two things....

Award-winning Scots bakery set to use unmanned drones to deliver sweet...

STEPHENS Bakery, in Dunfermline, are employing the very latest technology to deliver their produce to customers in half the time of road deliveries, writes Ellie Copta. IT’S the Great Scottish...

Flying Donkey Challenge & Conference

Amazon made the news with its Prime Air unmanned delivery service. Do they have serious plans or was this just a clever free publicity stunt before the end of...