Russian developers have created a droneport post office “ERI” for the delivery of packages and documents without human intervention. The device will hit the market in 2023.

Russian developers have created a droneport post office

“ERI” can collect and download packages and documents autonomously and in real time. This will improve the quality and reduce the cost of delivery – from 200 rubles per package. This was reported to RIA Novosti by the general director of the company “Rusdronport” Nikolai Ryashin.

The device automates the work of critical industries, eliminating the human factor and the cost of post-data processing. It occupies an area of ​​about 3 m2. my can work at temperatures from -20 to +45 degrees.

The ERI delivery drone can fly at speeds of up to 60 km/h for 60 minutes over a distance of up to 15 km and carry up to 5 kilograms of cargo.

It will be possible to control the work of the drone through the mission control center. An operator can control up to seven droneports at the same time. The recipient of the package can track the cargo and will receive a notification after delivery.

The developers have already created a prototype of the device, in 2023 they intend to go into mass production. Potential users are logistics companies and online marketplaces.

  • The field of UAVs has become increasingly relevant recently. In March, the Albatross company received registration in Alabuga SEZ and moved production to Tatarstan. The drone manufacturer announced an investment of 100 million of its own funds to open a second line.

  • As the popularity of UAVs grows, so does the means of protection against them. The day before, Kaspersky Lab presented a portable device for detecting commercial drones.

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Source: RB

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