Interesting and inspiring read from Dezeen:
The project aims to offer an “affordable alternative that can complement road-based deliveries” of medical equipment within the mountainous country by using drones.
The Droneport will operate two parallel networks: the Redline using smaller drones to deliver medical and emergency supplies weighing up to 10 kilograms and a commercial network called the Blueline transporting equipment, electronics and e-commerce items weighing up to 100 kilograms.
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