Eniverse Technologies and Skycart collaborate on UAE drone delivery service

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Eniverse Technologies, a Dubai based technology group, and drones company Skycart of San Francisco, California, are to collaborate on drone delivery service Space Autonomous Drones in the UAE.

Space Autonomous Drones plans to build strategic collaborations with companies such as Souq, DHL, Amazon, UPS, Aramex, and Alibaba Group. The company will offer drone shipping solutions, providing cost savings and faster delivery times.

Once officially launched, Space Autonomous Drones’s technology will enable a wide range of customers to ship goods and products weighing 5kg or less to locations across Dubai. During its soft launch phase, the company will operate within specific areas, including: Emirates Hills, The Meadows, The Springs, The Greens, Jumeirah and Umm Suqaim.

“At Eniverse Technologies we are always on the lookout for innovative and unique projects. We spotted the great potential of Space Autonomous Drones technologies, particularly in relation to the Middle East,” said Mohammed Johmani, CEO of Eniverse Technologies and co-founder of Space Autonomous Drones.

The autonomous, self-flying drones operated by Space Autonomous Drones will be run through a mobile app that enables businesses to manage and track their orders, and will drastically cut down delivery times. Operations will take place 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days of the year.

“We look forward to starting our operations in Dubai. The modernity and diversity of the city’s landscape is a great advantage for us. We will be utilizing our considerable experience to provide a one-of-a-kind service that suits this one-of-a-kind city,” said Lukas Wrede, founder and CEO of Skycart.

Currently, Space Autonomous Drones is seeking legal approval from the Dubai government, with an official launch date set for between 2018 and 2019.

July 27, 2017

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