Drones for tomorrow’s air cargo – Presented by Celine Hourcade, IATA

Celine Hourcade

Drones for tomorrow’s air cargo– Presented by Celine Hourcade, IATA at the Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference, which takes place on June 13, 2017, at Maaspoort, Venlo, The Netherlands.

“Unmanned Aerial Vehicles/ (UAVs) or drones can revolutionize tomorrow’s air transport: air cargo, air travel, ground operations, handling, etc. On the transportation of goods, small drones offer new opportunities in the areas of first and last mile delivery of small packages, specialized delivery solutions to transport emergency supplies in remote areas, or as a first response to humanitarian crisis and natural disasters. Bigger drones (including airships) are under development and could unlock communities where transport infrastructure does not exit. These medium and large size drones could also be a cost-effective alternative to traditional aircraft for specific routes.” Continue reading “Drones for tomorrow’s air cargo – Presented by Celine Hourcade, IATA”