Drone News of the Week August 12
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DDC Gets Approval for Drone Delivery of Dangerous Goods: Broadening Applications
“Dark, dirty, and dangerous” describes the ideal job for a drone. With Drone Delivery Canada’s (DDC) newest approval, the company can add “dangerous goods” – which can include certain medical supplies – to their Drone Transport Initiative delivery program. Combined with DDC’s approvals to fly beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) the company is demonstrating more of the real benefits of drones in supply chain logistics.
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