Drone delivery service to begin in Finland by 2019

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Drone delivery company, Wing, projects to begin services in Helsinki, Finland in spring 2019.

Drones developed by the Alphabet subsidiary company provide pick-up and delivery services.

The company started testing their services in Australia since 2014 and are now ready to start another trial in Finland in spring of 2019.

According to the company, the drones are designed in-house. Their current model features fixed wings similar to an airplane, helicopter-like rotors and a wingspan less than 1.5 meters

Each drone weighs about 5 kilograms and is able to carry packages weighing up to 1.5 kilograms. The drones are able to fly roughly 20 kilometers round trip.

The company uses a special Unmanned Traffic Management platform which is an automated system that manages the drone's flight paths.

During their tests in Australia the company delivered, food, bottled water and batteries to farmers in Queensland.

RUNDOWN SHOWS:
1. Representation of drone delivery service starting in Australia and later projected to begin in Finland
2. Depiction of size and model of drone
3. Depiction of drone carrying then lowering package
4. Representation of flight path management system

VOICEOVER (in English):
"Drones developed by Alphabet's subsidiary company, Wing, provide pick-up and delivery services. The company started testing their services in Australia in 2014 and is now ready to start another trial in Finland as soon as spring of 2019."

"The drones are designed in-house. Their current model features fixed wings similar to an airplane, helicopter-like rotors and a wingspan less than 1.5 meters"

"Each drone weighs about 5 kg and is able to carry packages weighing up to 1.5 kilograms. The drones are able to fly roughly 20 kilometers round trip. "

"The company uses a special Unmanned Traffic Management platform, which is an automated system that manages the drone's flight paths."

SOURCES: Wing
https://www.wing.com/finland
https://www.wing.com