Blueflite Secures Fleet Order with Spright

Blueflite, an advanced logistics drone platform for faster, more cost-effective, and sustainable deliveries, announced today a long-term partnership with Spright, a drone services provider in the United States.

Spright has placed options for 40 units of blueflite’s advanced logistics drone platform with an initial four units being delivered over the coming months. Spright will also integrate blueflite’s cloud-based drone operations and productivity tool into their fleet.

Setting new standards in drone technology, Spright will operate blueflite drones across the globe to provide timely access to critical medical resources, extending care to those in need.

“We chose blueflite because of their advanced drone tech and digital integration,” said Spright President, Joe Resnik. “Our requirements to provide drone-enabled medical logistics services greatly benefits from a one-stop solution, like the blueflite platform, to enable end-to-end automation, data services, and full integration with existing systems.”

Designed specifically for logistics missions, blueflite’s patented drone platform offers many advantages for Spright’s mission profile. The unique hardware design features vectored thrust allowing for complex flight mission profiles and operating in challenging environments. Additionally, the platform features an enclosed payload bay with multiple access points to protect sensitive cargo like medicine, specimens, and life-saving medical supplies, and to enable end-to-end automation across the delivery cycle.

“Our drone was designed specifically for logistics missions,” said blueflite co-founder and CTO, James McClearen. “Through years of research and development efforts every detail of the blueflite platform has been designed to enable drone operators to maximize efficiency, minimize downtime and operate in complex and challenging environments by providing them with the most advanced technology.”

Blueflite will deliver the first drones to Spright over the coming months and will begin with integrating blueflite’s cloud based digital platform into their fleet.

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