Drone Supply Canada to Unveil its 180kg (400lbs) Payload Cargo Supply Drone ‘the Condor’ – February 19th at The Toronto Inventory Trade – sUAS Information

Drone Delivery Canada to Unveil its 180kg (400lbs) Payload Cargo Delivery Drone 'the Condor' - February 19th at The Toronto Stock Exchange - sUAS News

Drone Supply Canada ‘DDC or the Firm’ (TSX.V:FLT,OTC: TAKOF), is happy to announce it’ll unveil DDC’s largest payload cargo supply drone. With 180 kgs of capability, ‘The Condor’ will probably be displayed at media, public and investor launch occasions on the TMX Broadcast Centre Gallery (situated on the bottom flooring of 130 King St. West, Toronto, Ontario) on February 19, 2019.

The Condor has been in improvement for the previous yr and is the subsequent era in DDC’s drone supply cargo plane. With a payload capability of 180 kgs, and a possible journey distance of as much as 200 km, the Condor pushes the boundaries in each cargo capability and distances. The Condor is powered by a subsequent era fuel propulsion engine.

“We’re very excited to unveil the Condor to the general public”, commented Tony Di Benedetto, CEO of Drone Supply Canada.  “The worldwide software for the Condor is nearly limitless. As such, the Condor is a giant a part of the way forward for DDC’s business operations. Being able to maneuver heavy cargo lengthy distances is a big milestone for us that opens up many potential business alternatives in each Canadian in addition to worldwide markets.”

The Condor, which has a wing span of roughly 20ft., and is able to vertical take off and touchdown, is supplied with DDC’s proprietary FLYTE administration system which is similar platform utilized in all of DDC’s cargo supply drones. That is additionally the identical administration system that was utilized within the fall of 2018, throughout our operations in  Moosonee and Moose Manufacturing unit, Ontario in help of Transport Canada’s Past Visible Line-of-Sight (BVLOS) pilot mission.

“Our FLYTE system is Drone agnostic, that means we will embed our expertise into any airframe. On this occasion, we’ve got embedded our drone supply expertise into the Condor, offering flexibility and value financial savings.” commented Paul Di Benedetto, CTO of Drone Supply Canada. DDC will probably be working carefully with Transport Canada to safe the required approvals to start flight testing the Condor in Q3 of 2019.  

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