DronTech Startup TSAW Unveils DRONECO Division: Transforming Logistics with Drone Delivery

– DRONECO aims to establish itself as the premier logistics solution provider for a variety of industries, including e-commerce platforms, armed forces, medical suppliers, and more.

New Delhi, January 17th, 2023: DroneTech startup TSAW has announced the launch of its logistics division DRONECO, with the goal of revolutionizing the logistics industry through the use of drones. DRONECO will offer point-to-point drone transport and supply chain logistics services, aiming to deliver goods to customers quickly and efficiently. With the support of its parent company TSAW, which specializes in drone manufacturing, and its cloud-based UAV system DCIS (Drone Cloud Intelligence System), DRONECO is positioning itself as the go-to provider of last-mile logistics services for e-commerce platforms, the military, medical suppliers and more.


DRONECO, the logistics division of DroneTech startup TSAW, aims to revolutionize the delivery process by introducing a faster and more efficient mode of transportation: drones. Long burdened by multiple constraints, logistics firms have been experimenting with drones for end-to-end delivery for some time. DRONECO is well-positioned to become a thought leader in this space, providing a one-stop solution for economical, swift deliveries and instant gratification for its clients. Co-founded by industry veterans Kishan Tiwari and Rimanshu Pandey, who have a proven track record in drone logistics and a desire to bridge the gap between cultures and societies, DRONECO plans to leverage the technology and expertise of its parent company, TSAW, and its advanced cloud-based UAV system, DCIS (Drone Cloud Intelligence System), to bypass existing bottlenecks and provide point-to-point drone transportation for a variety of industries, including e-commerce platforms, the armed forces, and medical suppliers.

Commenting on the launch of the DRONECO, Kishan Tiwari, Co-Founder & CEO, TSAW said, “There has never been a better time to launch a platform like DRONECO, as India is on its way to becoming a global player in both demand and supply chain. This implies that we have a lucrative market for the application of our wide range of solution portfolios. Our ability to strategize and execute across multiple service lines as well as provide tailored solutions that span the entire drone logistics spectrum will set the industry benchmark. With our proven technological expertise, many reputed enterprises have already shown keen interest by signing contracts with us. Additionally, as the industry is on an expansion spree, we are eager to serve our clients while also creating job opportunities that will strengthen our talent pool.”

TSAW has developed various drone models with the capability to transport payloads of up to 20 kg to distances of up to 120 km. The company is also working on developing drones with even greater range and payload capacity to expand its offerings. In addition, TSAW has formed partnerships to provide last-mile delivery through hub-to-hub drone transportation.

Speaking on the functionality of drones in the logistics sector, Rimanshu Pandey, Co-Founder & CTO, TSAW, said, “Drones are increasingly being viewed as a predominant future means of transport for a wide range of supply chain applications. Drones are poised to provide numerous advantages over traditional vehicles, including steady and high travel speed, no reliance on the physical road network, direct travel, and no exposure to traffic and congestion. Therefore, Drones are obliged to shorten shipping times and improve reliability and the responsiveness of logistics systems.”

“In light of ongoing urbanisation, a rapid increase in direct e-commerce deliveries, increasing spatial distribution, and levels of overcrowding, we are ecstatic and fully prepared to deliver our clients with top-notch service. On the other hand, the lack of resources for infrastructure improvements and the frequently underdeveloped road systems in rural and remote areas have given rise to several use cases for our drone delivery services, particularly for the distribution of essential supplies for armed personnel and emergency medical packages for hospitals” Kishan added.

The company’s delivery ecosystem includes long-range drones, docking stations, charging pads, and integration with software technologies such as unmanned traffic management and drone fleet tracking systems. By utilizing existing data on restricted airspaces, ground topography, population density, and weather conditions, DRONECO can create safe and secure drone flight paths for on-demand delivery. The startup is committed to providing tailor-made last-mile delivery services for all industries across different verticals, both domestically and internationally. DRONECO’s mission is to provide clean and secure logistics solutions that serve to advance the betterment of humanity, businesses, economies, and nations.

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