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Published on Oct 7, 2014
BEe’s revolutionary drone technology is capable of servicing the majority of Earth’s human population, the poor and isolated, with an affordable logistics service. A service of immense economic and humanitarian value that is currently almost entirely inaccessible to this overwhelming majority of people due to global lack of adequate ground transportation infrastructure. BEe’s technology is designed to rapidly provide individuals, entrepreneurs, and industry in developing countries with a mechanism capable of efficiently distributing goods throughout environments with scarce or non-existent road infrastructure. Similar to mobile phone technology, BEe’s aerial logistics network can swiftly expand a countries logistics capacity by minimizing the need for expensive and timely infrastructure development. Why wait decades for governments to build un-funded, multi-billion dollar road systems if you can commercially deliver cargo today using affordable unmanned helicopter technology?
Before 2020, BEe will develop, manufacture, implement, and operate a fully-autonomous, rapidly expandable aerial logistics network designed to provide routine, affordable and timely distribution of light cargo (0-250lbs) throughout not only the most remote, isolated regions of the world, but densely populated urban centers as well. Soon, BEe’s patent-pending technology and associated services will provide a foundation upon which impoverished peoples can leapfrog over decades of infrastructure development by providing an affordable alternative to distributing goods via truck with a reach far beyond that of pavement. Likewise, the introduction of this same technology in modernized economies will increase efficiency while offering numerous cultural, economic and environmental benefits such as faster delivery, improved safety, reduced traffic, and reduced emissions.
Harley Edward Streten, Jezzabell Doran, George Jr. Lewis, Jesse Sewell
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