Aero Systems West recently demonstrated how their HLM drone can be used to transport tools. Delivery drones can significantly improve efficiency on jobsites by delivering tools and and parts exactly when needed and without a human pilot. See below for a video of the delivery:
The team at Aero Systems West tested the performance of their Heavy Lift Multirotor (HLM) drone by picking up 55 lbs of barbell plates and releasing them at altitude. While the test was interesting to watch, it also highlights the potential for drones to play an increased role in how companies operate.
Drone Delivery Systems made history by completing the first drone package delivery in Antigua. After a 2.1 mile beyond line of sight (BVLOS) flight, the package was delivered to an AirBox Home smart mailbox.
Antigua Observer — Residents of the twin island will be able to send and receive packages via drones and, according to ACT’s Business Development Manager, Andrew Doumith, this technology will have a sizeable impact on the local population and economy.
TechCrunch — Highlights of the latest cohort of Alchemist Accelerator, including Aero Systems West: Co-founders from the Air Force’s Research Labs and MIT are aiming to take humans out of drone operations and maintenance.
The company contends that for every hour of flight time, drones require seven hours of maintenance and check ups. Aero Systems aims to reduce that by using remote analytics, self-inspection, autonomous deployment and automated maintenance to take humans out of the drone business.
Business Insider — With the new partnership, Drone Delivery Systems will now offer autonomous commercial delivery drones from ASW; powered by the hardware standard for open source autopilots in addition to professional long term support with ASW's DroneCare subscription.
With Aero Systems West's (ASW) unique DroneCare service, users of the innovative AirBox system can rest assured that the ASW industrial drones will deliver their packages safely, reliably, and efficiently. DroneCare is a first-of-its-kind subscription service that makes it safe and simple to use industrial-grade drones; it includes aviation-grade drone hardware, training, hassle-free maintenance, service upgrades, and accident protection.
The partnership will respond to the previously unanswered challenge of expert long-term support coupled with true commercial unmanned aircraft conducting package delivery. With DroneCare's integration into the AirBox ecosystem, recipients around the world will know that their drone deliveries are being conducted with certified, reliable, and safe drones for years to come.
"We have extensively vetted the commercial drone manufactures, to offer our partners, the most advanced reliable commercial UAV's on the market, combined with our innovative smart AirBox Technology. Aero Systems West not only manufactures state-of-the-art autonomous UAV's with Pixhawk controllers, their team is advanced sec 107 pilots, trainers, service providers, a full range of talent in the commercial drone industry. Drone Delivery Systems will continue to align itself with the most advanced UAV technology companies in the industry." Said Brandon Pargoe, President of Drone Delivery Systems, Inventor of AirBox Technology
About Drone Delivery Systems
Drone Delivery Systems, located in Richmond, Virginia USA creates innovative solutions for the future of autonomous secure package delivery to an end-point address using AirBox Technology.
Company Name: Drone Delivery Systems Corporation
Contact Person: Dr. Jeremy Tucker
Address: Richmond Virginia
Country: United State of America
About Aero Systems West, Inc.
Aero Systems West, Inc., located in the San Francisco Bay Area of California, is a commercial drone company offering the first-of-its-kind subscription service, DroneCare. DroneCare makes it safe and easy for businesses to use commercial drones by providing industrial-grade fixed-wing and multirotor aircraft, long-term support with training, hassle-free maintenance, service upgrades, and accident protection.
Company Name: Aero Systems West
Contact Person: Daniel Neal