Flyte - A Drone Delivery Canada Software Platform

Innovation by Design

Drone Delivery Canada provides a complete turnkey logistics solution which includes a proprietary software system (FLYTE), hardware and professional services, allowing for a safe and secure autonomous cargo delivery process from depot to depot.

Drone Delivery Canada was the first drone delivery company in Canada to become certified as a “Compliant Operator” by Transport Canada and produced the first delivery drone which met Transport Canada’s “compliant unmanned aircraft” standards, demonstrating our commitment to safety and innovation.

We are also the first publicly traded drone delivery company to be granted a domestic cargo licence under the Canada Transportation Act (“CTA”) and Air Transport Regulations (Canada).

FLYTE Software

FLYTE is a virtual flight management software that allows for secure automated operations, monitoring commercial air traffic (manned and unmanned), weather, and other sensor data. This data is presented to the operators in our Operations Control Centre.

Our commercial model entails depot-to-depot flights on pre-determined routes with the required infrastructure (DroneSpotTM) in place. The drones operate autonomously while our proprietary FLYTE software monitors air traffic, weather, obstacles, and other elements along the way. With safety at the forefront of all operations, our drone logistics system is designed with multiple redundancies and all flights are overseen from the Operations Control Centre in Toronto, Canada – monitored 24/7.

FLYTE is a sophisticated logistics system that offers real-time package tracking and delivery notifications, scheduling, a database of all shipments/waybill records, temperature monitoring logs for temperature-sensitive cargo, and maintenance logs of all drones including their components. To complement our customers’ existing supply chain, FLYTE can be easily integrated with their internal logistics software via APIs.

Drone Portfolio

specifications

Sparrow

  • Max Range

    20 km

  • Max Speed

    60 kph

  • Max Payload

    4 kg

  • MTOW

    25 kg

  • Aircraft Type

    Rotorcraft

  • Powerplant

    8 Electric Motors

  • Navigation

    GPS-based

  • Delivery Options

    Land - Drop Ship

ark-invest-logo

If you’re a logistics provider and you don’t look to these next generation technologies, you might not be around in 10 years.

Tasha Keeney

Ark Investment Management On the Future of Drones

specifications

Canary

  • Max Range

    20 km

  • Max Speed

    80 kph

  • Max Payload

    4 kg

  • MTOW

    25 kg

  • Aircraft Type

    Rotorcraft

  • Powerplant

    8 Electric Motors

  • Navigation

    GPS-based

  • Delivery Options

    Land - Drop Ship

Air Canada Logo

As we transition into a new phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with the risk of wildfires, we are looking forward to learning about how this innovative transportation technology can be used to meet community needs and help address inequities in access to health-care supplies and services.

Jason Berry, Vice President Cargo

Air Canada

specifications

Robin XL

  • Max Range

    60 km

  • Max Speed

    105 kph

  • Max Payload

    11.3 kg

  • MTOW

    80 kg

  • Aircraft Type

    Rotorcraft

  • Powerplant

    8 Electric Motors

  • Navigation

    GPS-based

DSV Logo

If you are looking for some awesome, knowledgeable people to work with, these are the guys I highly recommend. Their friendliness and result-driven approach is what I love about them.

Martin Roos, Managing Director

DSV Air & Sea Inc., Canada

specifications

Condor

  • Max Range

    200 km

  • Max Speed

    120 kph

  • Max Payload

    180 kg

  • MTOW

    476 kg

  • Aircraft Type

    Helicopter

  • Powerplant

    2 Stroke Gasoline

  • Navigation

    GPS-based

  • Rotor Dia

    6.1 m

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What Our Clients Are Saying

At DSV, innovation starts with a commitment to doing business in new ways. With DDC’s drones, we are creating our own lane and advancing the next level of logistics.

Martin Roos, Managing Director

DSV Air & Sea Inc., Canada

We believe we have an untapped area of opportunity, with DDC’s proven model for integrating drones into the global supply chain.

Jason Berry, Vice President Cargo

Air Canada.

As we transition into a new phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with the risk of wildfires, we are looking forward to learning about how this innovative transportation technology can be used to meet community needs and help address inequities in access to health-care supplies and services.

Dr. Michael Allard, Vice Dean, Health Engagement

UBC Faculty of Medicine

While the pandemic created an unprecedented spike in volume, we expect demand to continue, making advanced last-mile delivery systems paramount to meeting consumer expectations into the future. It’s energizing to be at the forefront of e-commerce, partnering with Drone Delivery Canada as an early adopter in drone technology. The knowledge and experience gained though this innovative program will benefit our customers in the new normal as restrictions begin to ease.

Nasser Syed, CEO

Apple Express.

We’re excited to work with Drone Delivery Canada and unlock access for our clients to new and innovative technologies. Our core competencies are centered around operational and environmental efficiencies, so this is a natural step in supporting our long-term vision.

Chris Higham, President and CEO

Ziing Final Mile Inc.

Drone delivery is an innovative solution and we look forward to seeing the benefits for our Community to maintain our supply chain for COVID-19 medical supplies while limiting person-to-person contact during the current pandemic situation.

Councillor William McCue

Georgina Island First Nation

If you’re a logistics provider and you don’t look to these next generation technologies, you might not be around in 10 years.

Tasha Keeney

Ark Investment Management On the Future of Drones.

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