Drone Delivery Canada Corp. (OTCMKTS: TAKOF) has announced that on June 8, 2021, the United States Patent Office approved copyright of 11,027,858 for DDC’s copyright application labeled ‘Location for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Landing and Taking Off.
Copyright is for the company’s Drone delivery technology
This copyright is focused on DDC’s drone distribution technology and procedures connected to handling UAV touchdown and departure. Specifically, the copyright shares monitor access to and handling leaving and terminus locations for UAVs involved in conveying articles between such locations.
Michael Zahra, President & CEO of Drone Delivery Canada, commenting on the grant of the copyright, said. “This is the fourth stint that the United States Patent Office has dispensed us a copyright. As we carry on to develop our intellectual property collection, this copyright again validates our novelty as a leader in the drone delivery business.”
The company reaches an agreement with DSV Air & Sea Inc. Canada
In other news, the company announced that it has signed a business deal with DSV Air & Sea Inc. Canada to repeat & prolong the internal Sparrow drone route scheme for DSV use at its head office and logistics facility in Milton, Ontario.
As per the terms of the Agreement, DDC will continue processes with its Sparrow drone, present in-place DroneSpot® storehouses and connected infrastructure, and upgrade the scheme to the Robin XL when commercially obtainable. The Contract has an unlimited period and delivers for a once-a-month fee for specialized facilities by DDC. It will distantly observe flights from its commercial processes hub situated in Vaughan, Ontario.
“DSV Canada is devoted to bringing ground-breaking and unified supply chain solutions,” said Martin Roos, Managing Director of DSV Air & Sea Inc. Canada. Roos added,” Our strong collaboration with DDC will bid our existing and probable customers best-in-class solutions and facility brilliance that discovers the potential of drone novelty.”