WealthyPlumber replied the topic: News, events about Drone Delivery Canada CSE:FLT
Drone Delivery an olympics winner, you guys see this
The setting? PyeongChang, South Korea in freezing cold temperatures. The goal? Fly over 1200 Intel Shooting Star drones for a record-breaking performance. Follow the drone team’s journey to the Opening Ceremony
Gambler replied the topic: News, events about Drone Delivery Canada CSE:FLT
Big news with FLT after market.
TORONTO, Feb. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - Drone Delivery Canada 'DDC or the Company' (TSX.V:FLT OTC:TAKOF), is pleased to announce that Transport Canada has granted the Company a Compliant UAV Operator Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC).
A Compliant 'UAS' (Unmanned Aircraft System) was the first of three regulatory components to the Transport Canada Compliant UAS Operator program, and mandatory for a Compliant UAS Operator SFOC, which the Company obtained and announced in December 2017.
Today, receiving this additional approval represents the balance of the remaining two steps of a methodical process to prove the Company's operational safety practices and our professionalism to Transport Canada. This milestone, achieving a Compliant Operator SFOC, is both essential and necessary for any UAV operator wanting to conduct Beyond Visual Line-of-Sight operations; and for our specific purpose of drone delivery services.
"The Company has been working around the clock to achieve compliant status and is both grateful and appreciative of being recognized as a professional and safe operator of unmanned aircraft (UAS) by Transport Canada. Realizing this milestone enables DDC to continue moving towards becoming a leader in drone delivery services for Canadians by Canadians across our vast geography", commented Mark Wuennenberg, Vice-President of Regulatory Affairs Drone Delivery Canada.
Approval of this certificate is the starting point for the commercialization of drone delivery services in Canada. To this end, DDC intends to work with Transport Canada to trial beyond visual range delivery solutions in remote areas of Canada's north.
Drone Delivery Canada appreciates the efforts of Transport Canada in creating a favorable environment to grow innovative technology.
Hoss replied the topic: News, events about Drone Delivery Canada CSE:FLT
Now we are talking, this will deliver me a case of beer to the cottage this summer
TORONTO, Jan. 18, 2018 /CNW/ - Drone Delivery Canada 'DDC or the Company' (TSX.V:FLT OTC:TAKOF), is pleased to announce that it will start testing its Raven X1400 cargo delivery drone in Q1 of 2018.
The Raven X1400 delivery drone is engineered to provide pay load capacities of up to 25lbs and designed to fly approximately 60km. The Raven X1400 boasts a larger payload compared to DDC's Sparrow X1000 Drone which had its Declaration of Compliance accepted by Transport Canada in December 2017. The addition of the Raven X1400 Delivery Drone is designed to meet the challenging weather conditions of Northern Canada and provide larger payloads should the demand for such be present.
To date, DDC has identified approximately 1000 Northern remote communities in Canada where both the Raven X1400 and Sparrow X1000 delivery payloads would both meet and exceed community requirements in terms of deliver payloads and travel distances.
"We continue to develop our platform to expand our capabilities to meet and exceed client requirements," commented Tony Di Benedetto, CEO. "While doing so, we now simply just look to integrate our FLYTE Management System into a newer airframe design to expand the fleet."
The Raven X1400 is fully integrated with the proprietary DDC FLYTE management system. The Raven X1400, unlike the Sparrow X1000, will provide a unique and highly sought after dual payload configuration for both static and tethered deployment. Tethered deployment is a new technology which DDC has been developing over the past twenty-four months which the Company considers revolutionary and quite possibly the future for delivery in urban settings as it is not Drone Spot specific but rather never lands and deploys its payload by tether while hovering above at a height of approximately 100 feet.
DDC will commence testing of the Raven at its in-house testing laboratory evaluating its endurance and reliability and will commence outdoor flights once it has passed its testing procedure and SFOC approvals from Transport Canada.
DearJohn replied the topic: News, events about Drone Delivery Canada CSE:FLT
Check this out. I would think Drone Delivery could expand on this so a search could be beyond line of sight. Currently they can use a 4 mile perimeter
When a driver was fatally ejected one night late last year from a vehicle that rolled off a road in Eastern Ontario's Renfrew County, emergency responders were unsure whether there were other victims.
The terrain around the crash site was difficult to access, forested and rocky with steep and unexpected drops. Instead of relying solely on emergency staff to determine the number of dead or injured, the county's paramedic service turned to a technology it has pioneered among its peers in Canada: an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or, more colloquially, a drone. Equipped with a thermal camera, the drone was able to confirm that the driver was the sole casualty.
It has been roughly three years since the Renfrew County service became the first among paramedics in the country to obtain Transport Canada's permission to fly the drones within the pilot's line of sight.
After a six-day demonstration before federal officials last spring, the service – along with the RCMP, Ontario Provincial Police and B.C.-based drone supplier InDro Robotics – obtained permission to fly UAVs within a four-nautical-mile search area.
I chuckled at this part
Amazon’s public relations and marketing department did what they do best when they first announced the 30 minute drone delivery service back in 2013. The world’s media loved the idea, which in turn generated lots of free publicity and buzz for Prime Air, as well as Amazon. The company even went as far as patenting what they call an “airborne fulfillment center.”