Supply Chains

There's more to drone deliveries than pizza

A Belgian Federal Police drone takes off from the airfield in Brasschaat near Antwerp, Belgium, December 23, 2015. The first drone to be used by Belgian federal police can fly with 135 km/h, up to 2km high and will be deployed to watch over crime scenes, respond to threats, and look for missing people, according to Belgian Federal Police

From photography to agriculture, drones are more than last-mile delivery solutions Image: REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

Juergen Keitel
Community Lead, Aviation & Travel Industries, World Economic Forum
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