Post Date : November 13, 2020
Drone Delivery Canada Corp., a drone technology company focused on the design, development, and implementation of its proprietary logistics software platform, on Thursday, announced that with the assistance of its sales agent Air Canada, it has executed a Letter of Intent (LoI), with CSC Drone Aviation – a CSC Group Company.
As per the terms of the LoI, the parties shall cooperate and work jointly with the local regulator (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) and shall work together to identify and analyze market opportunities in India for DDC’s Condor drone delivery solution with the intent to work towards a definitive agreement for that market.
We are pleased to be working with CSC Group towards an agreement for DDC’s Condor drone logistics solution in India. With a population of 1.4 billion people, and the world’s 3rd largest GDP at USD$8.7 trillion, India is a massive logistics market, so there are numerous potential applications or the Condor, from first-mile / last-mile cargo delivery to oil & gas, mining, government, military, healthcare, humanitarian aid and infrastructure inspection services. We are very encouraged by the strong Canadian and international interest in the Condor as we work towards its commercialization and the finalization of testing.”~ Michael Zahra, President & CEO of DDC.
“Diwali symbolizes victory, goodness, knowledge and prosperity, so during the auspicious period of Diwali, we are honoured to announce joining forces with Drone Delivery Canada to work towards bringing their advanced drone delivery solution to the enormous Indian market. Their solution, especially with the capabilities of the Condor, addresses many commercially viable use cases from commercial/industrial delivery applications to social benefit applications like healthcare.”~ Mr. Tushar Jani, Chairman of CSC Group.
DDC has successfully tested numerous critical aspects of the Condor, including triple-redundant communications system (satellite, cellular, 900MHz RF); triple-redundant navigational guidance system; triple-redundant autopilot system; monitoring of unmanned flights remotely from DDC’s Operations Control Centre in Vaughan, Ontario; general flight stability and performance; and fuel consumption characteristics.