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News Flash: First successful Drone Delivery made in the US

14 October, 2015 | #In the Press

SYDNEY, NSW: 14 October 2015 - Delivering medicine to rural health clinics via a drone may just become a thing of the future!

According to The Guardian, using a drone to deliver medicine to rural health clinics has become Federal Aviation Authority-approved in the US. The drone, made by an Australian drone manufacturer, successfully transported 4.5kg of medical supplies within Virginia. 

Using the drone for delivery purposes has become increasingly considered. This delivery has opened up the opportunity to utilise the drone for future deliveries of lifesaving medicines in rural and remote areas. 

For more information on drones visit our website Sphere Communications to see our collections, and send us a message direct to our live chat with any questions!

Alternatively, call us direct on 02 9318 0566 at any time during business hours. Our staff will be happy to assist you with your questions and enquiries. 

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