Transport Canada reports official approval for BVLOS flights on its DroneCare route

Drone Delivery Canada reports official approval for Beyond Visual Line-of-Sight (BVLOS) flights in tandem with the transportation of dangerous goods for its DroneCare route, marking a significant milestone in the development of its drone delivery capabilities in the healthcare market segment, says the press release.

The BVLOS approvals from Transport Canada, DDC’s drones will be able to transfer medical samples between Milton District Hospital and Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. The Canary drone will carry a variety of critical medical supplies between the two hospitals including but not limited to blood and serum chemistry tests, blood bank materials, urine cultures, small cytology containers with formalin and blood culture bottles.

“DDC continues to push the boundaries of drone delivery and this approval is a testament to our efforts to ensure we deploy a safe and efficient drone logistics system,” said Steve Magirias, CEO of Drone Delivery Canada. “This also continues our work in the healthcare vertical which is an important market for DDC. With BVLOS flights and dangerous goods transportation authorization, we will continue to transform the way healthcare supplies are transported, ensuring faster delivery times and enhancing overall patient care.”

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