More countries and governments across the world will be open to UAV technology in 2019, according to Dronamics CEO.
Svilen Rangelov who is also co-founder of the firm, thinks international authorities will begin to see how UAV technology can act as a solution to challenges facing the modern world.
Speaking to CDP, he said: “More countries and governments worldwide will be open to trialling and potentially adopting UAV technology as a solution to initially local connectivity challenges, cost reduction, unused infrastructure utilization and economic enabler for remote and rural locations.”
He explained: “The collaboration between UAV developers & manufacturers, regulators, airlines and logistic companies will strengthen.”
Making predictions on a broader level, he went on to suggest: “Trade tensions internationally will slow the pace of growth of airfreight, as trade lanes redirect and supply chains shift, but on the overall 2019 will see more cargo flown than 2018.
“Customers of e-commerce platforms will expect faster and free of charge delivery of their goods worldwide.”
Earlier this year, Commercial Drone Professional reported on how Dronamics was making a commitment to developing unmanned aerial systems for cargo delivery.
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