Delivery everywhere you need it, as fast as possible, autonomous and safely with Volans-i VTOL drone.
How long would it take to the truck or van to cross the traffic jam in the middle of the day in the metropolitan city or to travel far away out of the town? Wouldn’t it be easier to use the drone instead? With transportation of the critical life-saving medical material, important spare parts or any other goods we need the transfer in the shortest possible period of time – aerial logistics is the solution. We would significantly cut down the delivery time and would be able to reach out to places, which are hard to get to.
That is why we will take a moment to talk about our partner Volans-i and their autonomous VTOL projects.
Volans-i’s autonomous VTOL unmanned aircraft is capable of transporting heavy payloads, up to 50 pounds, over long distances. On July 18th, 2021 Volans-i completed the first-ever delivery between two moving U.S. Navy vessels each several miles away. No runways or pilots were required, vertical landing brings the delivery anywhere you need it – open water or rough terrain – there are no limitations. Volans-i’s VTOL can travel up to 100 miles in distance directly to the destination with a top speed of 200 mph. In comparison with direct competitors, Volans-i’s delivery time is 5 times shorter.
We’ve had a lot of exciting visitors at our Bend facility lately, including @nwNewsNetwork‘s @TomBanse, who put together this awesome story on our move to Central Oregon and how we can solve supply chain problems for customers. #FlyVolyhttps://t.co/SLvEcNqNfJ— Volansi (@volans_i) October 21, 2021
We have been suppling Brushless DC motor controllers which are a great match for the multirotor applications since MGM COMPRO looks at every project individually and configures the motor controllers according to the particular needs of the application.
Feel free to learn more about Volans-i VTOL.
MGM COMPRO has collaborated with TUM University on many successful projects over past 4 years, how many more await us in the future?