Drone Drug Delivery Successfully Tested in Bengaluru
Drone Drug Delivery Successfully Tested in Bengaluru : Drones used to deliver up to 2kg loads within a distance of 15km.
The Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) drop-in drug delivery case was successfully completed in Bengaluru on Friday.
The pilot was led by Throttle Aerospace Systems (TAS) and UDAN (Ude Desh of Aam Naagrik) under the auspices of the Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
The case was heard about 15 kilometers from Gauribidanur on the outskirts of Bengaluru by the UDAN for the delivery of medicines for a mile. to UDAN customers. Pharma deliveries of up to 2kg payload are tested at various distances in a designated area ranging from 2-7 km in air distance. The delivery of the drivers saw a distance of 3.5 km covered in 5-7 minutes. Two different methods of delivery were also explored – a reduction in the dynamic delivery of goods and the arrival of a sculptor in that goods.
The success of the pilot run opens up the possibility of using over-the-line drones for short-distance delivery delivery, in areas with improper road connections and fast delivery in congested urban areas. Once sold, in addition to regular delivery to remote areas, technology can also be used to provide life-saving medicines and medicines during natural disasters, epidemics, and disasters in remote parts of the country without having to deal with infrastructure or food challenges.
The experiments conducted by TAS and UDAN are a testament to their commitment to building world-class trade to ensure that medicines and essentials are easily accessible to all corners of India.
“Authorities’ efforts to integrate drones into the biological supply system are a major step forward in building a well-rounded delivery framework. chemicals and MSMEs in the far corners of Bharat, “said Soumyadeep Mukherjee, UDAN Product Engineer. .
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