Logistics Firm Expanding Range of Drone Coverage
Logistics giant DHL is working with Bulgarian aircraft developer Dronamics on rolling out cross-border and inter-city drones aimed at overcoming strained supply chains. Global disruptions due to COVID, reduced air activity and major congestion at ports have upended logistics networks over the past year with companies looking for ways to ease the pressure.
Their plan is to use unmanned planes that can carry 350 kg of cargo and have a maximum range of 2,500 km. The first production-scale drone will be ready in October, Dronamics chief executive Svilen Rangelov said, adding it expected to be the first deployed commercially that would go beyond 100 km.
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