- Auto-pilot system successfully executes semi-autonomous flight
- GPS-guided payload pickup and drop-off capability successfully achieved
- Positive flight results moving towards commercialization
TORONTO, Sept. 13, 2016 /CNW/ - Drone Delivery Canada (DDC or the Company) CSE – FLT, is pleased to announce it has advanced its commercial testing and reports the Company has achieved positive results on its payload pickup and drop off capabilities utilizing its proprietary semi-autonomous auto-pilot system which enables automated take off, landings, way-point navigation and pre-programmed maneuvers to occur.
"This was a key accomplishment for us as we move closer to commercialization and are very pleased to report on this new success we have just achieved", commented Tony Di Benedetto, CEO of Drone Delivery Canada. "In addition to our recently announced retail partner (press release dated August 11, 2016) these new technical achievements are essential for future commercial operations. These milestones are a first for us, our customers, and are essential to DDC operating commercially."
As DDC moves forward to obtain its operator status, Management continues to work collaboratively with its customers, its University partners, and the Canadian Federal Government in an effort to reach operator status. We look forward to reporting our progress to shareholders as it occurs.
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About Drone Delivery Canada
Drone Delivery Canada is a drone technology company based out of Vaughan, Ontario focused on the design, development and implementation of a commercial drone logistics platform for government and corporate organizations. Drone Delivery Canada Corp. is a publicly listed company trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol FLT.
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