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- Stockholm City will participate in a new EU project aimed at developing a drone infrastructure for delivering goods and services in urban areas.
- By using drones, we can avoid traffic congestion, reduce emissions, and save time. This can revolutionize how we think about transportation and logistics in urban areas.
- The drone project will contribute to building knowledge and expertise in the drone field, and it is something that the entire industry will benefit from.
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Stockholm City is now taking part in a new EU project aimed at exploring the possibilities of using drones in urban areas.
"This is really good for the industry, we need champions like Stockholm City. The arguments, needs for competence, and solutions identified in Cityam and for Stockholm will be a valuable contribution to the national transition to gradually introduce technology, formulate rules, and start using drone services. There is so much societal benefit to be gained. The challenge ahead is to build competence and find good forms of collaboration between actors," says Billy Josefsson at the Swedish Transport Agency to Computer Sweden.
The use of drones can revolutionize how we think about transportation and delivery of goods and services in urban areas. By flying, we can avoid traffic congestion, reduce emissions, and save time. Drones can also be used to quickly and efficiently deliver life-saving medicines and supplies to hard-to-reach areas.
The drone project will contribute to building knowledge and expertise in the drone field, and it is something that the entire industry will benefit from. By collaborating with other countries and organizations, Stockholm City can share its expertise and learn from others.
Soon, drones will fly over the city, and it is just the beginning of an exciting development in transportation and logistics.
Source: Computer Sweden.