Our vision is to make society more efficient by leveraging autonomous technology. The first step is autonomous transportation of goods.
Hand off the cargo in our automatic landing platform and specify the delivery location from your phone.
The drone picks up the cargo and flies autonomously to its destination. The temperature and vibration is controlled the entire flight.
The package is safely stored inside the receiving landing platform, and the recipient is notified.
Delivery times will no longer lie at
the mercy of busy roads.
During 2021 and 2022, Aviant operated ten commercial contracts. We provided the customer with faster, greener and more flexible transportation compared to their current solutions.
Transportation over 110 km between the main hospital and the town Fünasdalen.
Medical deliveries between health centers and patients.
Long-distance transportation of COVID test samples and PPE.
Border crossing between Norway and Sweden.
Transportation of water samples to lab for analytics.
Transportation of milk samples to Tine's centralized lab in Trondheim.
The drone flies autonomously, but for safety reasons there is always a "back-seat pilot" that is monitoring its behavior and can intervene if something unexpected happens. However, one pilot can operate several aircraft simultaneously.
The drone is fully electric. This results in a 99% reduction of CO2 emissions compared to gasoline cars, and a 97% reduction compared to electric cars.
We have covered 160 km during tests, but we limit ourselves to 120 km for safety reasons.
Our cargo box dampens vibrations and maintains the desired temperature. These properties are also measured and logged for traceability.
Aviant tries to collect as little information about our site visitors as possible. However, we do collect some data to analyze the web traffic.
In relation with Aviant's use of personal information, you have the right to ask us to:
From time to time we will have to update our privacy statement. Major changes will be clearly informed, and the latest version of the privacy statement will always be available on our website.
Herman Øie Kolden is the privacy officer for aviant.no. If you have questions about privacy on aviant.no, you can reach him on firstname.lastname@example.org.
No data collected on aviant.no is shared with a third party beyond what is described here, unless required by Norwegian law. Details about collected data are given below.
In order to analyze our web traffic, we use the tracking tools Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager. If you agree to this, the tools will collect information about your visit on our webpage. The information is stored for up to 26 weeks on Google's systems, and falls under their data processing agreement. The tools give us information about: