Leading Aerial Robotics
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.
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.
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.
Article about UAVaid's history and activities in Malawi 2019. Aerospace magazine, December 2019 issue, published by the Royal Aeronautical Society, London.
Tuesday 19th November, UAVaid co-founder, Daniel Ronen, presented a special lecture at the HQ of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) on Latest Developments in Humanitarian Multi-Purpose Drones: Soaring To New Heights In Malawi. The talk was based on the...
TIM ROBINSON reports on a UK company pioneering an innovative concept for multirole humanitarian drones in Africa that has the potential to open up new areas to lifesaving services. Click here for the full article on the Aerosociety Blog.
Daniel Ronen gave a special talk to students at Imperial College about UAVaid’s summer 2019 programme in Malawi.