The hottest Shunfeng enters the aquatic fresh food

2022-10-13
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On October 25, the application for the airspace of the UAV demonstration operation area of Shunfeng's logistics taking its arithmetic mean value has recently been officially approved by the relevant regulatory authorities, and the company has finally obtained the UAV transportation license for the whole lake and some land around Yangcheng Lake. It is reported that it will be used in the UAV transportation of hairy crabs and other characteristic fresh aquatic products in the future. Previously, SF also received official approval in Ganzhou Nankang district and launched a piloting of UAV logistics

in recent years, with the rapid development of e-commerce, the demand for logistics transportation and distribution has also increased significantly. In order to meet the market demand, more and more enterprises began to make bold attempts in the field of logistics UAVs. Within Asia, China has also become a leading region of consumer UAVs. According to the data of prospective industry research institute, the scale of China's UAV market in 2017 was 12.13 billion yuan, of which the military UAV market scale was 5.4 billion yuan; Civil UAVs are 6.73 billion yuan, and consumer UAVs account for 40% of the total market size of civil UAVs

in terms of time, SF is actually the first logistics enterprise with good processing formability to enter the UAV field in China. As early as 2012, Wang Wei, founder of SF, put forward the UAV business idea and began to look for solutions for UAVs in the logistics field if there are problems in power. At that time, SF's partner was Jifei technology, which now focuses on plant protection UAVs. Then, in 2013, the UAV independently developed by the group completed its internal test, and its time point is basically at the same stage as Amazon's release of logistics UAV. At the same time, jd.com, Suning, China Post, Cainiao and other e-commerce and logistics enterprises have also launched their layout one after another

in fact, with the vigorous development of the logistics UAV industry, its technology has basically been able to meet the demand, but it still needs a long time to be put into commercial use on a real large scale. In the final analysis, in terms of UAV application, China's regulatory policy is still in the exploratory stage from scratch, and the uncertainty is still relatively large. Li Dongqi, vice president of SF express group, once said that it is too early to formulate universal regulations on unmanned aerial vehicles, and there is no condition. Moreover, the level of pilots also needs to be adjusted. At the same time, it is very necessary for regulatory authorities to formulate communication standards

at present, under the condition of ensuring safety, the Civil Aviation Administration is actively encouraging the first try, but many standards for UAVs are still being developed. Although the Civil Aviation Administration has established the Flight Standards Department, the airworthiness department, the air traffic control office and the navigation division of the transportation department (managing the pilot of business license) to support the pilotless aircraft pilot work, the specific caliber of the tensile testing machine clamp (such as the clamping surface of the plastic film, fiber wire and other samples) to adopt excellent medium carbon steel and alloy structural steel for enterprise docking is relatively large. From the long-term development of the industry, there is still room for optimization of the approval process. In general, China's unmanned logistics industry still lacks a set of effective industry standards

in addition, the control of airspace in China has always been relatively strict. Although some enterprises have obtained the permission of some airspace in terms of UAV logistics, this situation will not become the mainstream in the next few years until the return on investment of this application scenario has been verified

moreover, the written approval of the airspace does not mean that enterprises can fly randomly. All their flight plans still need to be applied for separately. The licensed airspace is also in an independent state, and enterprises can only carry out small-scale distribution in it. It is still too early to further promote it

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