Zypp Electric Partners With TSAW Drones To Foray Into Drone Space

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The company has said that it plans to deploy 200 drones in four cities in the first phase and has partnered with TSAW Drones for the same

Bullish on the growth of India’s drone ecosystem, electric last-mile delivery solution provider Zypp Electric has also forayed into the drone logistics segment.

The drones will be added as an extension to the company’s fleet of e-scooters to deliver medical, food, grocery parcels in long distances and in hilly terrains where deliveries through roads are tougher.

The company has said that it plans to deploy 200 drones in four cities in the first phase and has partnered with TSAW Drones for the same.

TSAW Drones, a start-up that works on introducing drones in logistics, builds an end-to-end intelligent technology stack including smart ground control station (GCS), unmanned air traffic management (UTM) and AI-assisted smart fleet health management for drones to deliver all kinds of loads, Zypp Electric said in the statement.

According to the company, all the drones deployed will be equipped with smart lockers which can be opened only through an OTP provided to the customer, which will ensure the safety of the items at the time of delivery.

These services are planned in all the cities where Zypp Electric is operational such as Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Pune.

Zypp Electric co-founder and CEO Akash Gupta said, “We are happy to announce our partnership with TSAW Drones. The best part is that drones are flying EV vehicles and they will add as an extension to our ground fleet of e-scooters to deliver medical, food, grocery parcels in long distances at 1/10th the time needed and also in hilly terrains where deliveries via roads are tougher.”

TSAW Drones founder and CEO Kishan Tiwari said the company provides end-to-end drone solutions for logistics with a vision to automate and optimise the process of transportation in logistics by introducing drones/ UAVs.

“With this partnership, we intend to disrupt logistics services by providing drones services for the last-mile delivery at the warehouse and the customer’s doorstep,” he said.

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