3 AUG 2023
CORFU, GREECE- Drone Logistics Ecosystem (DLE) is delighted to announce the membership of the Greek IoT company, PROBOTEK, as its latest member. PROBOTEK is a dynamic startup from Greece that specializes in robotics and software development. Membership in the ecosystem opens doors for collaboration with other companies and stakeholders in the drone delivery industry, leading to strategic partnerships, joint ventures, and co-development opportunities. This collaboration enables us to leverage each other's strengths and resources for mutual growth.
“The drone delivery industry is expected to evolve significantly due to technological advancements, infrastructure, and regulations. Standardization will play a crucial role in accelerating the growth of the industry by ensuring that different drone systems can work together seamlessly. It will enable different stakeholders, including manufacturers, logistics providers, software developers and regulators, to communicate effectively and create a harmonized operational framework. A drone logistics ecosystem would facilitate seamless collaboration between these stakeholders, fostering innovation, interoperability, safety, and scalability. For companies like PROBOTEK, being part of the Drone Logistics Ecosystem (DLE) can offer numerous benefits, including improved integration, data analytics, regulatory compliance, efficiency and a competitive advantage in the Mediterranean marketplace.” Mr Panagiotis Apostolopoulos, CΟO of PROBOTEK.
PROBOTEK operates in the Internet-of-Drones sector, building an ecosystem of enterprise solutions consisting of professional services that utilize cutting-edge technologies like AI/ML/MV. They leverage the capabilities of drones and UAVs on a unified infrastructure called AiRFLOW.
Drone Logistics Ecosystem™ (DLE) is a global/virtual network of companies, universities, public/government entities, and investors operating in the drone logistics industry. Its aim is to bring together stakeholders to collaborate and stimulate standardization in this rapidly emerging industry, thereby accelerating cross-border marketing and commercialization of products and services of its members. DLE serves as an ideal platform for companies, especially early-stage start-ups with limited access to funding, manpower, and expertise, to share their knowledge and co-develop products and services or acquire necessary cross-border market access through partnerships.
DLE has expanded to include 49 organizations across 22 countries, consisting of 45 companies, 2 universities, and the world's largest drone association, Japan UAS Industrial Development Association and Chesterfield (VA) UAS Workgroup. During this short period, we have generated several international proof-of-concept projects, with promising commercialization prospects in the pipeline. Despite the pandemic's restrictions, DLE has proven to be an invaluable tool for our members to streamline communication and product development. We are currently developing a commercialization model to further accelerate our members' market reach through partnerships with other members.
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