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Labfly Delivery

Labfly 1000

The ultimate healthcare delivery drone

Medical drone deliveries have specific requirements, be it medication from pharmacy to consumers or samples from hospitals to labs. Safety, build quality, automation and efficiency become doubly important when the stakes are higher.

This is why the Labfly 1000 has two design variants:

Top-loading Variant

Ideal for: Hospitals & Laboratories

This variant needs a landing area to deliver the goods.

No matter which variant you decided to use, the insulated 1 kg payload compartment offers a volumetric capacity of 6 liters. Built using foam and fibreglass, the feather-light yet sturdy Labfly considers the importance of isolation for its payload compartment. Isolation for the payload is part of the drone’s structure, ensuring the safe transportation of delicate and fragile cargo.

The Labfly 1000 has a highly unique structural design geared for aerodynamic advantage. As it takes off, its legs tuck into the frame and its beetle-like structure ensures smooth and efficient flight by minimizing drag and optimizing it for long-range flights

Aerodynamic advantage

Optimized for long ranged flights

Payload: 1 Kg

Range: 30km

Volumetric Payload Capacity: 6 Liters

Speed: 60/kmph

Built-in insulation and isolation for the payload compartment

Safety really does come first

We have designed the Labfly keeping safety at the centre of its build and operations.

Eight Propulsion Systems

While the Labfly 1000 needs only 4 propulsion systems to fly, the drone comes with 8 propulsion systems. A 100% safety backup so that even if all 4 original systems fail, the drone will be able to complete its journey safely.

Double Battery Back-up

Labfly also has a 100% safety net when it comes to battery power supply. It flies with 2 batteries even though it needs one.

Electronic payload compartment lock

Once the delivery items are placed in the payload compartment, it is locked electronically and can only be opened by the remote pilot. This means that even if the Labfly needs to make an emergency landing off-location, the payload is safeguarded.

Self-rescue Ability

A parachute to protect the drone. In case of emergency, the drone comes with an in-built safety parachute that can be deployed either manually by the remote pilot or automatically when the drone senses a malfunction.

And yes we know it would be even lighter and faster if we just relaxed on the safety features but that is an area we absolutely refuse to compromise on.

After all, what good is a delivery drone if it doesn’t reach its destination?

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