Considering drone-based deliveries for your business but concerned about the high capital expenditure required for deployment?
This webinar will introduce you to USOG’s Multi-Package Delivery System (MPDS) and Valqari’s Drone Delivery Station to enable secure delivery of multiple packages to a particular location or numerous drop-off points in a single flight.
Enhancing Aerial Logistics with Multi-Package Drone Deliveries
Considering drone-based deliveries but concerned about the high capital expenditure required for deployments?
This webinar will introduce you to USOG’s Multi-Package Delivery System (MPDS) and Valqari’s Drone Delivery Station that enables secure delivery of multiple packages to a particular location or numerous drop-off points in a single mission.
Commercial drone deliveries are gradually becoming mainstream with the COVID-19 pandemic accelerating its adoption. Built on the philosophy of “saving lives today with the technology of tomorrow,” USOG has reimagined the logistics of medical assets by providing a cost-effective package-delivery system that works both accurately and efficiently.
USOG’s patent-pending 10K Cargo Delivery System (CDS) and the 10K Smart Winch System (SWS) can be seamlessly installed into any quad or VTOL drone, transforming it into a complete cargo-delivery system that can transport and deliver 3 or more packages to multiple locations.
To solve the last-inch logistical problem, the MPDS technology comes integrated with Valqari’s patented Drone Delivery Station that provides a secure and convenient delivery receptacle for both drone-based and traditional deliveries.
Powered by FlytNow, this delivery system is designed to support fully automated or manual flight control. The MPDS can feed uninterrupted telemetry, video, and cargo data to the pilot to support beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) operations.
Founder & CEO at USOG
Co-Founder & CEO at Valqari
Director Business Development
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