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Korean Startup Takes Part In Development Of Drone Delivery Service For US

Pablo Air Works Alongside FAA, NASA In NY 

Pablo Air will take part in the development of a drone delivery service for use in the US.

As a member of the consortium led by EVA, Pablo Air will begin its participation on a drone delivery project in New York from April, 2022.

The corridor is developed with Griffiss International Airport, Thales, FAA, and NASA who are in the Northeast UAS Airspace Integration Research Alliance, based in New York. The group supports a project that will advance the UAS industry, which makes this an important for Pablo Air as it essentially will grant the company exclusive drone operation rights in this project.

The project is set to take place in Oneida County and Syracuse. The goal will be to test the safety for how cargo can be delivered via drone to a destination. Pablo Air will load objects into a drone that will fly from Oneida County to Syracuse which is about 50 miles apart from one another.

Pablo Air established their US branch in June of 2021.

Kim Young-Joon, CEO of Pablo Air, said, "This project is important as an opportunity for a Korean startup to showcase its aviation technologies in New York. We believe that the project is a turning point for Pablo Air and will act as a stepping stone for our entrance into the American market. Moving forward, Pablo Air will more actively strive to enter the global market with a sense of mission to benefit humankind through our technologies and services."

FMI: www.pabloair.com


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