Aug 21, 2019
1. Our Mission
Dronair's mission is to be the best shipping service in the world by delivering physical goods fast, reliable and affordable.
2. What We Aim For
• Fast pick-up & delivery• Convenient shipment handling• 24/7 operation on 365 days• Location-independent service• Affordable prices• Eco-friendly technology• Sustainable materials• Less road traffic• Noise reduction in the environment• Independent service operation
3. DRONAIR Logistics
What makes DRONAIR an effective and inexpensive means of shipping is the logistic simplicity. There is no need for heavy trucks, drivers to man them, toll and over the road fares, annual DOT taxes, large amounts of fuel, tires and chains, etc.
While our initial costs were substantial, our operating costs are bare minimum. Those savings are passed on to our customers. Our autonomous delivery service cuts down on delivery time dramatically. It is extremely-fast by any standards because freight moves as the crow flies rather than over long and winding roads. More importantly, Skycart is operational 24/7/365 and is location independent.
4. DRONAIR’s Industries
DRONAIR helps companies reduce delivery costs, accelerate shipping times and increase customer satisfaction. DRONAIR's technology is designed to ship parcels, food, spare parts and many other products.
• Logictics industry• Food delivery industry• Health care industry• Retail industry• Suppliers industry
5. DRONAIR’s Applications
Delivery with DRONAIR are the most efficient shipping method for various applications. They improve current operations or enable companies to offer new services for their customers.
• Efficient: reduced shipping costs• Fast: time-sensitive shipments• Around the clock: 24/7 operation• Easy: deliveries to remote areas• Automatic: self-flying drone
DRONAIR TEAM AND PARTNERS
1. Team and Advisors
Lucas Jones - CEO
Doctor of Philosophy - PhD Field Of Study Business Administration and Management in University of Buenos Aires
Co - Founder and CEO, Dronair Media Spain
Marketing Manager, Docks Logistics Spain SA
General Manager, Barcelona Logistics
Ganesa Anderson - Head of Marketing
Marketing Communication Advisor, DHL Logistics
Ganesa possesses marketing savvy that enables her to contribute to the growth and
expansion of both the companies and the clients that she works with. Her knowledge of the logistics, along with the trends and advancements in it, make her a key contributor to the efforts of DHL in educating people about the logistics and the opportunities within it.
Ilya Alarico - Lead IT Developer
• Lead developer and head of R&D groups in a number of software start-ups involved in big data analytics. Holds PhD in computer science from MIPT
Carlo Casey - Head of Drone Developer
Developer, Amazon Prime
Since early childhood, Dmitry was fascinated with aviation and dreamed of conquering
the sky. He managed to put together a high-profile team of colleagues, who, for the sake of the project, left the Aena.
Claus V. Hemmingsen - Advisor
• Claus V. Hemmingsen has since 2007 been a member of the Executive Board of Maersk. From September 2016 as Vice CEO and CEO for the Energy division.
Micheal Terpin - Advisor
• CEO, Transform Group - Transform Group - the world leader in blockchain and ICO PR and advisory services (50 ICOs and counting)
In addition, we have more than 30 developer working together to build Dronair Ecosystem. They are developers who have worked in many large companies around the world.
Amazon Prime Air - is a conceptual drone-based delivery system currently in development by Amazon.
Maersk - is a Danish business conglomerate with activities in the transport, logistics and energy sectors. Maersk has been the largest container ship and supply vessel operator in the world since 1996.
Dronair Media - is a company about media service with drones in Spain
Barcelona Logistics - is a big company about Logistics in Barcelona
DHL Logistics - DHL is the world's largest logistics company, particularly in sea and
air mail. The company delivers over 1.3 billion parcels per year.
International Airline Group (IAG) - is one of the world's largest airline groups with 573
aircraft flying to 268 destinations and carrying around 113 million passengers each year. It is the third largest group in Europe and the sixth largest in the world, based on revenue. It is a Spanish registered company with shares traded on the London Stock Exchange and Spanish Stock Exchanges. The corporate head office for IAG is in London, UK.
Transform Group - Transform has been the undisputed leader in bitcoin and blockchain marketing since 2013 launching over 120+ ICOs that equate to over 37% of cryptocurrency total market capitalization, and it has continued to grow and add new offerings as the blockchain world expands and diversifies.
Pix4D - Pix4D offers professional-grade drone mapping and photogrammetry software. They offer real-life solutions to agricultural, real estate, and construction industry issues that can be solved via aerial imaging. As such, the system can be used to perform aerial inspections, build site planning, and digital mapping.
1. DRONAIR Ecosystem
Using drones for delivery provides major relief for inner city areas by taking unnecessary traffic off the roads and directing it into the skies instead.Examples of how drone deliveries can work:
The scenario: a long-haul delivery arrives from outside the city and is sorted at a warehouse, being separated automatically according to certain criteria, drones then collect packages from the conveyer belts for delivery. A smartphone app and GPS allows the customer to place orders and track their delivery.
Another scenario: the DRONAIR sits on top of a delivery truck, awaiting a parcel from the driver; the barcode on the parcel is scanned by the drone, it then uses GPS to fly to the destination. Afterwards, the drone hooks up with the truck, recharges its batteries, and gets ready for its next delivery run.
Rural areas tend to have poorer infrastructures and may be more difficult to reach by traditional delivery methods. Delivery by Dronair can help to overcome this problem, providing occupants of rural areas with deliveries of everything from online shopping orders, to emergency medical supplies. Dronair can help to reduce, and eventually replace, the existing complex processes of reaching rural areas, such as cars, boats, and postal workers.
The main purpose of the Dronair is to integrate information for all market participants and organize the execution of smart-contracts for transactions. Transactions may vary in value and frequency. The platform will collect commissions from each transaction. All transactions will be paid in USD or other fiat currency but executed in system using the DAIR tokens.
2. DRONAIR has built-in AI and Facial Recognition System
The best aspect of the DRONAIR is its facial recognition and artificial intelligence, allowing you to use features that let the drone orbit around you and follow you. It can even take excellent photo of customer by recognizing facial patterns and structure.
The exclusivity of servicing operations of DRONAIR - the world’s first heavy and industrial grade cargo drone. It is a fundamentally new drone vehicle with a hybrid gasoline-fueled engine that outperforms existing drone solutions. It is capable of vertical take-off and landing, and has an ultra-high useful load of up to 400 kg/ 880 lbs and an exceptional flying range of up to 350km/220 miles. The DRONAIR suits multiple market segments, including logistics, agriculture and firefighting to name a few. It already has clients which would allow DRONAIR to develop new business processes of unmanned logistics. Those clients will also bring in transactions to execute on DRONAIR. DRONAIR IP and know- how fully protected.
DRONAIR Operating Platform technical details and economics
1. Blockchain concept for the DRONAIR
Dronair architecture is based on two building blocks:1. Dronair blockchain itself - private permissioned blockchain customized for the most effective usage in the industry;2. Ethereum ERC-20 DAIR tokens-based perimeter of public blockchain for processing and settling DAIR tokens transactions and communicating them back and forth with Dronair. Private (permissioned) blockchain is required to simplify the development and support and give an opportunity to choose solution most appropriate for each particular task. Moreover we want to be independent of the performance of public networks (e.g. scalability issues with Ethereum) and not wait for transactions to be committed in public network. At the moment we are considering three different approaches for the Dronair: creating our own Ethereum fork, Dronair-specific custom platform, built on top of either Exonum libraries or instance of R3 Corda blockchain. All tokens issued at public Ethereum network at the ICO stage are ERC-20 compatible and can be bought and sold on stock exchange. So we keep them in the public Ethereum network. At the same time these same tokens are going to be utilized as a cryptonomic fuel for the permissioned Dronair, so it is essential to synchronize balances between public Ethereum network and the Dronair.
2. DAIR Tokens synchronization
DAIR tokens are the currency for all operations in the Dronair. All contracts are processed in DAIR tokens. Although tokens are issued at public Ethereum network they are also fully used at Dronair. There are several options for synchronization. Using public Ethereum network transactions is the obvious way, but it locks Dronair performance due to different speed of transactions. Moreover additional public Ethereum network operations costs can ruin main advantages. Creating additional “internal tokens” as an alternative approach is going to dramatically increase complexity of the system because it depends on resource-consuming synchronization process between internal and external balances. The problem of storage and token balances reconciliation between Dronair and public Ethereum networks is solved by using payment channels and keeping balances in Ethereum public network. There are already several implementations of payment channels. And with Plasma project evolution shading, parallel transaction execution and most of all the scalability problem are going to be addressed.
Payment channels are part of a special middleware over blockchain database. They form a payment network and allow two or more parties to make funds transfers from one to another. In our case we create payment channel from public Ethereum network to the Dronair.
Payment channels work in the following way. First a connection between the Dronair and public Ethereum network is established by execution of a special transaction in public Ethereum network. This transaction reserves certain amount of DAIR tokens for this connection - payment channel. When DAIR tokens are required for any operation at Dronair then they are used from the payment channel funds. Operations on payment channels are extremely fast since there is no need waiting for a commit of transaction on blockchain. A receipt signed by two parties is used for confirmation and payment validation. At any time either party can close the payment channel and spread reserved tokens based on received receipts. So we get an architecture where the Dronair is separated from public Ethereum network and all transactions could be processed at their own speed without any additional delays. And at the same time there is only one source of truth about balances - public Ethereum network.
3. DAIR Token - The internal token of DRONAIR
Dronair is using the DAIR - a utility token DAIR properties include:
• Internal token of the Dronair required for any transaction,• Fixed amount of 140,000,000,000 tokens,• 25% of transaction fees goes to all token holders,• 25% of transaction fees goes to the Community Development Fund to sustain constant system development and expansion
4. DAIR Token Sale
Token Sale Details
Public Sale Start Date
Public Sale End Date
$3,5 million USD hard cap (May be updated to ped to ETH)
Currencies for Buying DAIR
$0.000055 USD = 1 DAIR
Who Can Participate
Whitelisting process. No citizens of United States of America, Canada, New Zealand, People's Republic of China and the Republic of Korea, or participants who fail to successfully pass KYC/AML checks
Unsold DAIR will be burn
40% Public-sale, 20% for Private-sale, 10% Team - Advisor, 18% Marketing & Adoption, 12% Foundation
Type of Token
In particular, you understand and accept that DAIR:(a) is non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for cash (or its equivalent value in any other virtual currency) or any payment obligation by the Company or any affiliate;(b) does not represent or confer on the token holder any right of any form with respect to the Company (or any of its affiliates) or its revenues or assets, including without limitation any right to receive future dividends, revenue, shares, ownership right or stake, share or security, any voting, distribution, redemption, liquidation, proprietary (including all forms of intellectual property), or other financial or legal rights or equivalent rights, or intellectual property rights or any other form of participation in or relating to the Dronair, the Company, the Distributor and/or their service providers;(c) is not intended to represent any rights under a contract for differences or under any other contract the purpose or pretended purpose of which is to secure a profit or avoid a loss;(d) is not intended to be a representation of money (including electronic money), security, commodity, bond, debt instrument or any other kind of financial instrument or investment;
(e) is not a loan to the Company or any of its affiliates, is not intended to represent a debt owed by the Company or any of its affiliates, and there is no expectation of profit; and(f) does not provide the token holder with any ownership or other interest in the Company or any of its affiliates.
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