These drones can haul a 20-pound load for 500 miles and land on a moving target





A start-up called Volans-i is building drones that can deliver heavy parts over long distances, even to a ship that’s sailing at sea. This kind of technology could have saved the Titanic, CEO and co-founder Hannan Parvizian quipped.

The company shared footage of a recent test flight over Lake Pleasant in Arizona with CNBC where its drones took off from and landed on platforms attached to moving boats.

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