Draganfly has been selected as a solutions provider of choice by Arabian Aero Investment LLC, a Dubai-based company backed by a member of the Dubai Royal Family.
The company has announced the launch of a groundbreaking solar-powered charging platform in the UAE.
Draganfly is to develop solutions for integrating Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) with the UAE’s inaugural end-to-end electric mobility platform that combines solar charging points with last-mile delivery, ushering in a new era of sustainable delivery systems.
This initiative signifies the start of an ambitious plan to decarbonize the UAE’s transportation landscape over the next three years.
As a follow-up to COP28, Draganfly drone delivery technologies emerge as a key component of this groundbreaking infrastructure solution which can help decarbonize transportation and logistics systems not only in the Middle East but also on a broader scale.
CEO of Draganfly, Cameron Chell, said; “With over a 25-year history of manufacturing drones and integrating drone solutions, we understand that sustainability is a key to success. This integrated solution can help empower our partners in the UAE’s pursuit of a net-zero economy by 2050. integrating drone fleets with solar power docking stations can provide a groundbreaking infrastructure solution and ultimately help decarbonize transportation and logistical delivery systems in the Middle East.”
Arabian Aero also expressed its enthusiasm for the collaboration. Chairman, Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook Al Maktoum, said; “This partnership with Draganfly is a testament to our commitment to pioneering transformative solutions for an innovative and sustainable future and reflecting our dedication to impactful advancements in technology.”
The Commander 3 XL is a multirotor UAV designed for easy assembly and rapid deployment. The Commander 3 XL Drone is known as the “Swiss Army Knife of Drones” due to its easy assembly and rapid deployment. This high-endurance, multirotor UAV can support dozens of payloads and is capable of drop and winch-down systems to support a variety of UAV delivery requirements.