UK’s Future Flight Challenge Targets Coronavirus Response

Apian, a UK health care drone startup founded by National Health Service doctors in training, is an early Future Flight Challenge winner.
Credit: Apian
Projects to use drones to deliver COVID-19 supplies are among the first wave of winners under the UK’s £125 million ($165 million) Future Flight Challenge. Cargo delivery, firefighting and electric short-haul air transportation are among other projects selected. The initial 20 winners will share £7...
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