April, 2020

Workhorse Teams with UPS, Virginia Center for Innovative Technology (CIT), and DroneUp To Test Unmanned System for Coronavirus Response

In a time of crisis, drones could add safety, speed, predictability, efficiency to healthcare logistics

“The potential for unmanned system medical deliveries against this pandemic is something we must explore.”
--- Virginia Governor Ralph Northam
“We’ve proven that effective drone delivery of medical products is faster than conventional ground-based transportation.”
--- Scott Price, UPS
“Our Workhorse team is proud to be able to help through the use of our drone technology in this crisis.”
--- Duane Hughes, Workhorse Group CEO
Press Release
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Workhorse Coronavirus Response Unmanned System Test – Drone Package Deliveries for Residential and Commercial Use

As healthcare experts race to contain the virus and save lives, time is of the essence. Technology leaders see autonomous drones as a valuable part of the solution to speed the pace of testing and treatment for infected patients. Workhorse, UPS and the technology test team, conducted exercises over three days in April 2020 in Virginia. The tests evaluated the drone’s ability to support various use-cases to speed and assist the U.S. healthcare system during the novel Coronavirus crisis. Findings and recommendations will be included in a report to the White House.

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