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UAVOS is Joining Drone Logistics Ecosystem to Extend its Global Reach


UAVOS-UVH-500 Drone Delivery System

16 AUG 2023


Mountain View (CA) - United States- Drone Logistics Ecosystem (DLE) is delighted to announce the membership of UAVOS. The company specializes in the design, development and manufacturing of various drones starting from helicopters, fixed-wing, and some unique high-altitude aircraft which are designed to deliver critical missions in the stratosphere. Today, the drone delivery program is at the top of the UAVOS’s agenda. Having vast experience in converting manned aircraft into unmanned platforms, UAVOS sees the conversion program as an answer to a global need of the autonomous logistics market in the high lift capacity platforms. UAVOS' team produces helicopters with the MTOW from 25 kg to up to 600 kg. These drones, which are equipped with better engine cooling, are specially designed to be operated in hot and moist environments such as the tropics. These drones are ideal for intercity delivery, operation in remote and hard-to-reach areas. UAVOS’ unmanned platforms have already been tested by their clients in Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.

Unmanned technologies are paving the way towards the future logistics services. The drone delivery era will bring new possibilities as well as new challenges. Autonomous platforms will be able to deliver new value to the market only when one big system consisting of various elements will be completed including air traffic control, flight operation and so on. It’s impossible for one company to handle all of these elements alone, which is why the drone logistics community will need to collaborate with many companies and government agencies. The mission of Drone Logistics Ecosystem is to bring together companies across the drone delivery industry to push forward the autonomous logistics industry, said Aliaksei Stratsilatau, Co-Founder and CEO of UAVOS.

UAVOS is a developer and manufacturer of security and commercial solutions based on advanced Unmanned Systems with an international investor base. UAVOS technology, products, and tailored services include multi-role UAVs, unique proprietary autopilots, advanced communication systems, UAV components, and experiential training. UAVOS is involved in stratospheric R&D projects having developed the HAPS ApusDuo autonomous aircraft and the HiDRON metro-missions stratospheric glider ready to deploy missions to the stratosphere. UAVOS' mission statement is to create the right partnerships and shared goals with customers worldwide in order to build mutual technology and innovation capabilities for the benefit of our partners and customers.


Drone Logistics Ecosystem™


DLE is a global/virtual network of Companies, Universities, the Public/Governments, and Investors operating in the drone logistics industry. The aim of the DLE is to bring together stakeholders to collaborate to stimulate standardization in this rapidly emerging industry. Hence, accelerating cross-border marketing and commercialization of products and services of its members. Since most of the companies in this industry are early-stage start-ups with limited access to funding, manpower and expertise, DLE is the ideal platform for companies to share their expertise to co-develop products and services and/or acquire necessary cross-border market access in partnership with other members.

In the past 2 years, DLE has expanded to include 51 organizations, consisting of 47 companies, 2 universities and world's largest drone association, Japan UAS Industrial Development Association, across 21 different countries. In a short period of time, we have been able to generate several international proof-of-concept projects with a few commercialization prospects in the pipeline. The pandemic has restricted our movement and DLE has been a great tool for our members to streamline communication and product development. We are in the process to create a commercialization model to help our members reach the market faster in partnership with other members.

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