UAVaid

World class, multi-role drones, designed for operations in the worlds remote and difficult to reach areas.

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

Sifted: AI In The Sky

Sifted published an article about the UAVaid / Archangel AI collaboration to develop an AI integrated drone technology to support anti-poaching in the wildlife reserves of Africa and protect endangered species. The article can be found by clicking here...

UAVAid and Halkin Group sign MOU for Kenya COVID Response

UAVAid and Halkin Group have signed an MOU to support Kenya COVID recovery with ‘drones’ for national Healthcare and Economic Development UAVaid, one of the UK’s leading developers of specialist ‘drone’ technology, has signed an agreement with Halkin Group, paving the...

UAVaid Visits London School to Talk To Students

UAVaid co-founder, Daniel Ronen, visited Mill Hill County High School in North London to give two talks about the UAVaid project and the outcomes of the flight programme in Malawi 2019. He spoke to two groups of students totalling 250 people, each for approximately 1...

Article in Focus Magazine – CILT

The Chartered Instituted of Logistics and Transport published an article about UAVaid and the Hansard project in the February edition of their Focus Magazine. Please click >here < for the article.