Staex and EVA to build first Web3-operated drone delivery corridor in Berlin

Software company Staex GmbH and drone infrastructure company Electric Visionary Aircrafts (EVA) have partnered to establish a Web3-operated drone delivery corridor project called NEXA. Officially launched in Berlin in May, NEXA comprises a transfer station M3 based at Ullsteinhaus and two Vertiports M1 located within the premises of the commercial centre Tempelhofer Hafen. The project will host demonstration flights and autonomous deliveries between these stations. Leveraging the Mobile 5 network, these stations will support various use cases for drones, particularly highlighting low-latency efficiency, a critical aspect of autonomous mobile operations, says the press release.

Staex plans to provide secure and reliable communication for all ground stations through its private P2P mesh network software layer. With the implementation of patented military-grade end-to-end encryption, certificate-based trust, and reliable communication over unreliable underlying networks, Staex provides security for ground station operators. Additionally, Staex’ devices identify management web3 features designed to enhance the efficiency and secure IT infrastructure management of the project.

The partners see an opportunity in additional testing of blockchain technology for the NEXA project. This might address, but not limited to use cases such as:

  • tokenization of drone stations that will solve the station ownership dilemma,
  • drone insurance use cases that will significantly simplify the data infrastructure,
  • lightweight cool showcases such as ordering a pizza with crypto (this use case has been mostly requested)

The launch date is scheduled for September 2023 in Berlin.

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