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DJI FlyCart 30 makes cargo drones seem perfectly normal

Seamus Byrne
Seamus Byrne

Let's start taking even more drones for granted, shall we? DJI just announced the new DJI FlyCart 30, making industrial delivery drone transport feel very ordinary. Targeting scenarios where cargo can be tricky – mountains, offshore, emergency rescue – these long range, high reliability, and large payload capacity drones seem very next generation. Give it a week and we'll think they're old news. Browse the official site to get wowed by how they operate.

Image of a delivery drone over open water near a cargo ship depot.

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