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Range Aero, a Bengaluru-based drone startup, has set its sights on revolutionizing short-haul logistics with the unveiling of the Jestar Logistics drone. This autonomous freight helicopter promises to transform how goods are delivered, particularly in remote or challenging environments.

Jestar boasts an impressive range of 200 kilometers and a payload capacity of 150 kilograms, making it well-suited for various applications. Imagine delivering essential supplies to disaster-stricken areas, transporting medical equipment to remote villages, or efficiently restocking inventory in inaccessible locations – the Jestar’s capabilities open up a world of possibilities.

But what truly sets this drone apart is its autonomy. While ground crew oversees each route within a designated cluster, Jestar is capable of handling all aspects of flight, including navigating complex environments and even responding to emergency situations. This human-in-the-loop approach ensures safety and control while leveraging the efficiency and reduced risk of autonomous flight.

Range Aero emphasizes the dual benefit of Jestar: minimizing risk to human personnel and enhancing logistics operations. In dangerous or remote areas, Jestar can deliver critical supplies without putting lives at risk. Additionally, its speed and efficiency promise to streamline logistics operations, saving time and resources.

Furthermore, Jestar’s potential extends beyond simple cargo delivery. Equipped with cutting-edge surveillance and reconnaissance tools, it can assist military logistics teams in identifying and tracking enemy movement, enhancing situational awareness and reducing potential dangers.

The Jestar Logistics drone marks a significant step forward in autonomous cargo transportation. With its impressive range, payload capacity, and advanced features, it has the potential to revolutionize logistics in various sectors, from humanitarian aid to military operations. As Range Aero continues to develop and refine Jestar, the future of short-haul delivery looks increasingly autonomous and efficient.

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