Drone delivery tech start-up, Skye Air Mobility recently confirmed its participation in the Drone Logistics Ecosystem as a new member and the first member from India.
The drone delivery tech company primarily dealing on healthcare, e-commerce, and food logistics, as the lead operations member of the first consortium is to be given approval by DGCA. The company is spearheading the BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight) trials and the “Medicines from the Sky” trials for the Telangana government in collaboration with leading logistics delivery partners.
The collaboration between Skye Air & Mobility & AirGo Design will enable Inclusivity for all players in the industry and provide an open Drone Logistics Ecosystem, and it will standardize globally to ensure the smooth and efficient movement of goods from the factory to the end customer globally. Furthermore, it will create a win-win situation for all participants in this emerging industry and the delivery and courier industry, and more importantly, the customers.
Skye Air & Mobility and AirGo design see the Drone Logistics Ecosystem as a great opportunity to introduce future standards in the industry to India.
SKYE AIR MOBILITY, Co-Founder & COO Mr. Swapnik Jakkampuddi said “The environment is optimistic, people have the right mind set, favourable government policy & projects and aerial technological advancements, drone delivery will be a game changer sooner than we think. Hence, we are certain that the collaboration between Skye Air and AirGo Design via Drone logistics ecosystem will prove to be mutually beneficial.”
Skye Air at present is assisting various companies to spread their network in rural, semi-urban and urban areas, and is helping them in reducing invaluable time and cost for delivery of essential supplies.
With faster aerial communication the shelf life of critical products will be well preserved. This concept will act as a catalyst in improving healthcare and supplies to reach rural/urban areas and in turn increases the life expectancy of the rural/urban population through timely medical assistance.