Drone Delivery Canada’s new Canary UAV aces a trio of trial flights
Aerial transport services company Drone Delivery Canada says it has successfully completed test flights of its Canary UAV in commercial operation conditions, verifying the craft’s enhancements over the firm’s earlier Sparrow vehicle.
A total of three trial flights of the sub-25-kilogram Canary were carried out in live conditions, with Drone Delivery Canada reporting the craft completed its missions in less time, and using fewer battery resources, than a Sparrow traveling the same routes. The company noted that in additional to fulfilling in-house performance objectives, the trio of outings were “completed in accordance with the Canadian Aviation Regulations.”
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Successful testing of Canary takes Drone Delivery Canada a step closer to the eventual launch of full-scale operation for clients. By demonstrating its improved capacities – including flight in windy…