We were the first company to conduct an FAA-approved drone delivery in the U.S., the first to perform a fully autonomous drone delivery to a home and the first to launch a commercial drone delivery service. We have worked with NASA, Johns Hopkins University, Remote Area Medical, New Zealand Land Search & Rescue, Regional Emergency Medical Services Authority, Domino's and 7-Eleven to conduct deliveries of medicine to rural healthcare clinics, ship-to-shore deliveries of medical samples, and deliveries of retail and ecommerce items to consumer homes.

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