Drone delivery startup Swoop Aero has turned its attention from remote access to urban areas with its new aircraft, Kite. The Melbourne tech company has established its reputation getting medical supplies to remote areas in Africa countries such as Congo and Malawi, including transporting COVID tests and vaccines, using the ‘Kookaburra’ drones, which have clocked… Read more »
Swoop Aero CEO Eric Peck trains health staff on how to load cargo into the drone. Photo: Luke Dempsey Melbourne-based drone startup Swoop Aero, which is working with aid agencies and the UN to deliver urgent medical supplies to remote areas, has received a multi-million-dollar investment from VC firms Tempus Partners and Right Click… Read more »
Tekuma believes its controller is intuitive and universal, reducing the time, cost, and personnel needed to get a job done.
Queensland Government releases Drones Strategy Consultation Paper to gather public input on growing drone industry
The Queensland Government has announced the release of the Drones Strategy Consultation Paper, generating public input to help grow the drone industry.
Domino’s has announced the launch of an AI assistant that will be plugged into the brand’s site and mobile app to allow customers to order food using voice.
Training existing and new businesses with the knowledge to fly drones and apply them to their work is Perth drone training startup Global Drone Solutions.
Domino’s partners with Australian drone startup Flirtey to launch world’s first ever commercial drone pizza delivery service
Domino’s has today announced a partnership with Australian drone startup Flirtey to launch the world’s first ever drone delivery service in New Zealand. The partnership aims to connect people with pizza via CAA-approved trial store-to-door drone deliveries.
Australian founded drone startup Flirtey has delivered its first 7-Eleven slurpee to a US customer in celebration of the stores 89th birthday. The home delivery service was the first fully autonomous drone delivery to a customer’s residence in the US, which represents a historic milestone for both US drone delivery and global commerce.
The tech world has been promising that “this year” will be the year that drones finally take off, with drones expected to do everything from delivering Amazon packages in the suburbs to helping farmers with their crops, but 2016 might finally see this promise become a reality.
The Galileo Alpha is a modern smart drone with advanced sensors that protects the user’s home, property, and business. When an alarm goes off or a routine check is required, the Alpha flies autonomously inside the user’s property and lets the user know what is happening from every angle, by streaming video, audio, and sensor data to the user’s smartphone and home security provider.