Skye Air Mobility unveils prototype drone

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Photo: Skye Air Mobility

Drone delivery logistics provider Skye Air Mobility has unveiled its new long-range unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).

Artemis is equipped to carry a payload of  6 kgs with a range of 100 km.

It has been designed for inter-city, inter-district, and inter-state cargo movements and has a speed of 100mph speed and an endurance of 90 minutes per trip.

Artemis is best suited for sectors such as healthcare and e-commerce, said the company.

Ankit Kumar, chief executive of Skye Air Mobility, said: “The Skye Air Team has been working on Artemis since mid-2021. Finally, we are proud to showcase a technology that is set to change the landscape of air cargo deliveries. We feel as industries are well embracing the drone technology, it was a perfect time to showcase the Artemis, further adding to our capabilities.”

He added: “Skye Air’s vision is in sync with the government’s vision of making India a drone hub by 203o. Skye Air is proactively trying to bring a faster and cost-effective solution for different verticals and by launching Artemis, we have taken another step in that direction.”

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