Scotland will use drones to bring hot meals to remote schools

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Skyports has agreed to operate a test program that aims to bring hot meals to remote schools in Scotland.

The company has previously transported medical supplies and mail. Based on positive past experience with innovative drone services, members of Scotlands governing council again turned to Skyports to examine the delivery of meals to those remote schools, and areas where ground transport is laborious or impossible. 

The project to use drones to deliver meals to schools is another step in Scotland’s effort to expand the use of non-polluting UAVs in public service.

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