Welcome to UAVAid

 

 

World class multi-role UAV ‘drone’ systems and services, optimised for Development and Humanitarian Assistance applications.

Welcome to UAVAid

 

World class multi-role UAV ‘drone’ systems and services, optimised for Development and Humanitarian Assistance applications.

Leading Aerial Robotics

Humanitarian Assistance

Rapidly deployable capability to provide (1) live aerial video surveillance (2) mapping (3) critical aid delivery.   Reconfigurable in-the-field and optimised for large scale natural disasters.

Cargo Delivery

Logistics delivery platform for short-medium-long-very long ranges.  Suitable for delivery of wide range of supplies including medical and cold chain to remote and difficult to reach areas.

Mapping

Rapid large-area mapping.  Proven in remote Africa, High Resolution images suitable for 2D and 3D map generation.  Ideal for climate change mitigation, flood planning, agriculture development, coastal mapping.

Aerial Surveillance

Live streamed aerial video at long range.  Suitable for anti-poaching, environmental monitoring, border patrol , evidence gathering and applications needing an eye-in-the-sky.

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LATEST POSTS

UAVaid Completes Drone Medical Delivery In Malawi

As part of a FTL/DFID project in Africa, UAVaid successfully integrated the Hansard UAV into the medical supply chain for deliveries to a remote clinic in western Malawi. Using its parachute-delivery system, the drone delivered over 5kg of needed medical supplies...

UAVaid in Local Malawi News

The Nation newspaper of Malawi covered UAVaid's deployment to the Drone Testing Corridor in western Malawi for flight tests in this remote region during July / August 2019. Present were representatives from the DFID Malawi and UNICEF Malawi, as well as the Malawi...

UAVaid Presents New Drone Business Model at UNICEF Malawi

2 August 2019, UAVaid co-founder Daniel Ronen presented a new lecture "How Multi-Role Drones are Enabling an Evolution in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Business Models" to a mixed audience at UNICEF Malawi, in the capital, Lilongwe. Based on his 'multi-role drone...