Breaking News Could Seal Big Tech’s Fate in Projected $29 Billion Market

By Jason Eckerman


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Major news could disrupt the projected $29 billion delivery drone market…

Pushing one small company even further ahead of Big Tech and making them a clear leader in the field.

Delivery Drone Canada (DDC) just announced more impressive news surrounding their largest delivery drone to date, the Condor.

Coming off the news from September, they’ve just announced results of their extensive testing.

After testing the drone under different flight patterns, altitudes, speeds, and sound patterns…

They found that this large drone was able to perform just as they had hoped, even under tough environmental conditions.

This is major news, as it’s essential that the drone can withstand whatever comes its way when carrying heavy cargo across long distances.

The Condor is expected to carry an incredible 180 kg (400 lbs.) of weight up to 200km.

Which will come in extremely handy when heavier cargo for mines and oil & gas or pandemic support like respirators, ventilators, or PPE is needed in healthcare.

This also opens the door to opportunities all across Canada, including delivery in remote communities where others can’t reach (of which there are 1,000s across the country).

Big Tech and many of the major competitors appear to be focusing on shorter flights, carrying 5 lb. cargo loads.

But DDC is expected to be nearly in a class of their own in delivering essential cargo across long distances.

The payout for these crucial services is expected to be enormous. And they’re already surging ahead of the competition.

Because while others are still planning pilot projects and trying to get regulatory approval…

DDC currently has paying customers and is bringing in real revenue, with flights already running across Canada.

Last year, they signed a major deal to partner with Air Canada, the largest airline in the country.

With this agreement, Air Canada is helping to sell and market their services, using their giant network of contacts, to drive new business.

This could potentially help them bring in significant revenue over time, and it’s already helped them lock down a number of deals with major players.

But it’s not just Air Canada…

DDC has signed revenue-generating agreements with numerous commercial & Indigenous partners…

And they have a strong and collaborative relationship with Transport Canada, the Canadian government’s transportation department.

That’s just part of the reason why Fidelity and other big players are taking notice, investing major capital in their funds to grab up shares in the company’s stock.

And once the Condor is given the green light after testing is complete, they’ll have a breadth of services that others simply can’t match.

Because with multiple models of different sizes, they can cover a variety of different use cases with their fleets.

The Condor is their largest, which will be able to support the heaviest cargo and fly the longest distance.

Their smallest model, the Sparrow, can carry 4.5 kg (10 lbs.) of cargo up to 30 km.

That could include letters, packages, medical tests, medicines, emergency kits, or any other number of items.

But the Condor isn’t the only larger model they’re currently testing.

They’re also testing their Robin XL, which is expected to deliver payloads of up to 11.3 kg (25 lbs.) anywhere within a 60 km radius…

But with results of testing for the Robin XL and the Condor expected within the next couple of months…

DDC is ramping up their plans to expand quickly over the coming months and into next year.


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After signing a contract with DSV Air and Sea, the Canadian arm of the global transport titan, they’ve now flown hundreds of flights on DSV’s first route…

Which is bringing in real revenue, while their competitors are still straightening out their pilot projects and paperwork.

Now, they just added a second route with DSV over the summer, driving even more revenue, with flights currently operating.

But they have even bigger plans coming over the next few months.

Because Drone Delivery Canada is already in advanced discussions with over 50 more prospective customers.

Customers that include retailers, couriers, hospital groups, and cargo networks in Canada and across the globe.

With the potential to break into so many different industries, this could be a tipping point for DDC… And they’ve already tackled the most difficult part.

The biggest hurdle companies have to clear in this growing drone delivery industry is the regulation.

It can be extremely difficult and time-consuming to get the government approval to fly these drones for commercial purposes, particularly for higher weight ranges.

But DDC has already cleared that bar, earning regulatory approval for their smaller drone model, the Sparrow.

Now they’re rushing to speed up certification of their larger models so they’ll be set to fly as soon as testing is complete.

After seeing so much success and demand already in Canada, they’re already planning to take their services to the global market.

They started the process of moving into the United States market as of this summer, and they’re expanding quickly.

They’re also looking at potential opportunities in Israel, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and across Europe.

Plus, they recently signed a letter of intent in Kenya with a partner to identify opportunities to use their revolutionary tech platform there.

And another letter of intent was just announced in India as well.

As DDC eyes these countless opportunities around the world, analysts have been taking notice.

Prior to this year, many were already anticipating it would only be a matter of time until the drone delivery market would explode.

Now, with the global pandemic putting everyone on high alert…

Much of the world has been forced to figure out how to limit person-to-person contact, which could be a major catalyst for the drone delivery market.

And if a vaccine becomes widely available in the coming months, DDC could potentially play a critical role, distributing the vaccine to hard-to-access communities around the world.

Plus, the drone delivery market is only expected to get bigger throughout the next decade, putting DDC in prime position to capitalize on this massive shift.

As they continue to plow forward with testing, demand for this breakthrough service is surging…

And with a running head start ahead of their competitors, this is an exciting time to keep an eye on DDC.




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