Drone Delivery Canada is working with the healthcare industry to make deliveries during the coronavirus outbreak.
The drone technology company is working with partners including hospitals, seniors’ homes, medical labs and related organizations for use-case applications for deliveries.
Michael Zahra, president and CEO of Drone Delivery Canada, said, “The current situation is an ideal use-case for our proven drone logistics solution to: limit person-to-person contact; bring needed medical and pharmaceutical supplies to Aboriginal, remote, rural and suburban communities; transport blood samples to laboratories for testing; and deliver other relevant supplies needed for Canada to effectively manage the current situation.”
In other news, Drone Delivery Canada’s partnership with DSV Air & Sea Canada became operational in mid-March.
The partnership was announced in October last year through its sales agent Air Canada to provide drone services from DSV’s head office in Milton, Ontario.
Customers pay Drone Delivery Canada a monthly fee for each drone route deployed, depending on their terms and conditions.