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September 13, 2019
Terra Drone demos safe use of UAVs with Mitsubishi Estate for urban area logistics and security in Tokyo

Tokyo – Japan-headquartered Terra Drone Corporation, one of the world’s leading providers of industrial drone solutions, in collaboration with real estate giant Mitsubishi Estate, has successfully conducted a pilot test in the city of Tokyo to showcase how unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones can be used in urban environments to aid logistics, security and surveillance, and disaster prevention.
 
The demonstration was conducted in one of Japan’s leading business centers – the Marunouchi area of Tokyo. Leveraging Terra Drone’s homegrown unmanned traffic management (UTM) system, a drone flew autonomously at an altitude of 2.5 meters, navigating seamlessly between the high-rises of Marunouchi. The UAV captured aerial footage and relayed it back to a control room where analysts monitored the video to detect issues like logistical bottlenecks and security threats.
 
The test flight was organized as part of the ‘Marunouchi UrbanTech Voyager’ initiative by Mitsubishi Estate. The aim of the UrbanTech Voyager project is to transform the Marunouchi district into a business and innovation hub by utilizing urban-development-friendly artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things, and robotics.
 
In Japan, drone use is active in mountainous areas and remote islands, but full-scale use in urban areas is not expected before 2022. This demonstration was aimed to showcase how a robust UTM system can make it possible to not only avoid collisions but also to realize the efficiency of logistics and security operations in everyday towns.

About Terra Drone Corporation 
Established in 2016, Terra Drone Corporation has quickly become one of the world’s largest industrial drone solution companies employing over 500 drone industry professionals. The company’s head office is located in Tokyo, Japan, and more than 25 branches are spread globally throughout Asia, Europe, South America, Africa, and Oceania. Terra Drone provides innovative enterprise drone services for oil and gas, utilities, renewables, mining, construction, and GIS sectors, among others. 
Terra Drone provides end-to-end solutions specializing in each sector by using high-performance hardware, cutting-edge software and customizable drone traffic management systems (UTM). The company actively invests in UAV technology providers to help them promote their products and services in the global market. 
For all the latest news and information about Terra Drone, visit the company’s LinkedIn and Twitter handles

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