Delivery Drones

Drone Delivery Canada Tests AED Drop

  Source: Drone Delivery Canada Drone Delivery Canada has delivered some “shocking” news. The Toronto-based company recently completed Phase Two of a plan to deliver automated external defibrillators (you know, the thing they use to jump-start a failing heart on every episode of ER right before George Clooney yells “CLEAR”?) …

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Drone Delivery Canada healthcare cargo DSV Air & Sea

File photo Toronto-based Drone Delivery Canada has picked up its second contract with DSV Air & Sea Inc. Canada, a subsidiary of Danish conglomerate DSV Panalpina A/S. With the assistance of Air Canada, DDC will deploy its drone delivery platform to help DSV deliver healthcare-related cargo from its warehouse in Milton, Ont. Last …

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Wingcopter Lands Award for Humanitarian Drone Delivery

Source: Wingcopter UAV startup Wingcopter is flying high this week after being named one of nine winners of Germany’s top global hackathon to kick-start humanitarian drone delivery. The autonomous delivery drone manufacturer partnered with UNICEF and the African Drone and Data Academy to develop a concept to deploy humanitarian drone delivery …

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UPS, Henry Schein Testing Medical-Supply Drone Deliveries

Courtesy: Henry Schein UPS is keeping the drone-delivery dream alive after announcing a partnership this week with a Fortune 500, medical-solutions distributor Henry Schein, Inc. will be testing several drone-delivery use cases with UPS Flight Forward to develop new models to transport medical supplies. “Healthcare and life science logistics are strategic …

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Drones May Someday Deliver Genetic Tests to Save Kids’ Lives

File photo One of America’s largest accountancy-auditing companies is helping a San Diego research hospital potentially save the lives of children via drone technology. Deloitte and Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine are teaming up to explore drone delivery for medical samples from the hospital to the lab for genomic …

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