Dutch company Avy unveils new drone design for wildlife conservation

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Dutch-based Drone company Avy unveiled a new design of long-range UAV drones with three main objectives, to transport medical supplies and support wildlife conservation while emitting zero emissions due to its rechargeable battery. 

The drone can fly over 100 kilometres at 70 kilometres per hour, up to 90 minutes and it can take-off and land anywhere. This makes the design ideal for hospitals or people in remote, typically inaccessible areas to receive medicines, blood, or vaccines. These features also make it optimal to map out anti-poaching areas and carry out an animal consensus and monitor the population and habits of protected species, as well as other methods.