Drones are here to stay, and we don’t mean the toys you can buy for your kids. Delivery by drone is the future and is only limited by legislation and capacity. The RH-1-A “Rhaegal” (pronounced “Rye-gull”) shatters a new record when it comes to weightlifting. Do You...
Scotland will have the scoop of the first National Distribution network of drones delivering essential medicines. One of the participating companies is Dronamics, this company is a middle-mile Cargo Drone developer and Operator. This medical drone delivery will be the...
Drones can be used for many things. In logistics they are being used (or at least tested) to make deliveries, for yard management, and in warehouses to solve inventory issues (for example). Regular readers of LogisticsMatter know that it is one of my favorite...
Technology is changing how logistics services are being provided, and also how logistics service providers themselves work. Increased use of technology also has an impact on the role the CIO or the head of the IT department has, transitioning from support to strategy....
Let’s face it. It’s just a matter of time before the first commercial drone deliveries will be done, fully approved and licensed. The question is just when and where. Which country will be first? I’m sure we will see that this year. There have been...
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