October 25, 2023
N2 Infrastructure Technologies, a Canadian air cargo startup, signed a letter of intent to purchase four Moya Aero eVTOLs
Moya’s eVTOLs are autonomous cargo drones that can carry up to 440 pounds and have a travel range of 68 miles. The all-electric autonomous, high-capacity cargo drone was developed to solve logistic challenges and can reach places that are difficult to access.
N2 Infrastructure was designed to help solve delivery problems faced by those in remote areas of Canada. N2 works to supply emergency medical services to these areas, as well as create “an advanced and cost-effective air cargo logistics and supply chain ecosystem to revolutionize the industry,” according to the company.
The two companies plan to work together to develop logistical operations for high-capacity remote piloted aircraft with Moya’s eVTOL expected to enter into service in 2026.
Moya cofounder Renata Paolillo said the partnership between the two companies with the same goal was a natural option.
“We see a great synergy between Moya Aero and N2,” she said. “We are both working to make logistics simpler and more sustainable.”
Demand for cargo drones is on the rise.
Earlier this month, Elroy Air announced that its autonomous hybrid-electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) cargo drone orders surpassed 1,000 vehicles.
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