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2022-08-09
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The Indonesian government has given a green light all the way to the successful delivery and trial flight of jd.com UAV

original title: the Indonesian government has given a green light all the way to the successful delivery and trial flight of jd.com UAV

recently approved by the Indonesian government, and Chinese Internet enterprise jd.com completed its first pilot flight of UAV in Indonesia

jd.com said that this flight was a major breakthrough in the field of UAV distribution, and hoped that after the maiden flight, UAVs would be first fully applied in Indonesia, and then more widely applied to other Southeast Asian regions

the trial mission of this UAV is to take off from jagabita village in parung Panjang, Indonesia, and transport students' backpacks and books to MIS Nurul Falah leles primary school. It is one of JD's charitable assistance projects in Indonesia

Indonesia is an archipelagic country with 17000 islands distributed in three time zones. The drone project is not only one of the ways jd.com provides charitable assistance here, "but also represents the infinite business opportunities for e-commerce enterprises to bring better services to Indonesia". Jd.com pointed out that Drones will help it deliver 85% of its orders on the same day or the next day

liaojian, Chief Strategic Officer of jd.com, sold for less than 80000 yuan -- Er Wen said, "we look forward to making full use of the potential of this technology to provide more convenience to Indonesian citizens."

"the importance of the successful trial flight in Indonesia is not limited to the approval of the logistics UAV flight by the government, but lies in the infinite potential of the future application of UAV."

Timothy Reuter, head of the world economic forum's "unmanned aerial vehicles and future airspace", said: "by using unmanned aerial vehicles to transport important medical, humanitarian and commercial materials to remote areas, this test flight gives Indonesia the opportunity to become a leader in the application of unmanned aerial vehicles in Southeast Asia."

jd.com is very difficult in the process of promoting commercialization, and we look forward to the far-reaching impact of this successful trial

Xiao Jun, vice president of JD group and President of JD x business unit, who is in charge of the UAV project, said: "we are happy to be part of Indonesia 2. Cleaning and cleaning: an important moment in history." Jd.com's UAV business in China began in 2016. At present, our operation in China has been quite mature

Xiao Jun pointed out in an interview with air cargo covestro's capacity expansion in the Asian market week: "we use different drones to distribute goods according to the size and quantity of orders. Jd.com has several different models of drones suitable for goods of different weights and routes of different distances - so as to maximize the distribution efficiency and ensure that customers can receive goods in the shortest time."

UAV distribution is of special significance in China, which enables jd.com to enter the undeveloped market. In many remote areas of China, although consumers have TVs and Internet, the infrastructure of "last mile delivery" is very scarce

Xiao Jun said, "despite the rapid development of rural e-commerce in China in the past few years, many villages in China are still isolated from the outside world due to road conditions."

jd.com's drone distribution business in Indonesia is by no means an isolated one-time business. In view of the wide use of drones, industry experts predict that the use of Drones will soar. Market Research future, a research company, pointed out in the "global cargo drone market statistical" just released, "it is expected that the annual compound growth rate of the cargo drone market will reach 24% in." (by Michael Mackey)

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