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Aussie drone company joins government airspace trial

Henry Burrell
Mon, 28 Jun 2021

Aussie drone company joins government airspace trial
Swoop Aero is an Australian drone company. (Image: Swoop Aero)
Henry Burrell
Mon, 28 Jun 2021
Swoop Aero, an Australian drone logistics company, has joined the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s (MBIE’s) airspace integration trials programme.The company joins New Zealand's Wisk NZ, Kea Aerospace, Envico Technologies, and Aeronavics on the programme.Research, science and innovation minister Megan Woods told BusinessDesk the addition of Swoop Aero reflected the value of NZ’s approach to the airspace regulatory environment. “The innovative partnerships team, who are our team in MBIE, I descri...

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