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Residents of Japan's remote Gotō Islands will have new access to medical supplies. That's thanks to Japan's first-ever routine, commercial long-distance drone delivery route.
The rollout is the latest in a long line of international firsts for drone delivery that seems to be pointing toward a nearby future of routinized aerial delivery. That expansion is noteworthy and indicative of the softening regulatory and compliance situation regarding drone delivery in many markets.
With the ability to partner and turn over operations of drone delivery services, companies like Zipline are on pace to scale rapidly.

Japan approves Zipline drone medical deliveries | ZDNet

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