Drones to Descend on Israeli Hospitals for New Air-drop Delivery Service

Zipline deliveries blood and medical equipment in the U.S. and Africa, and will drop medical supplies to remote hospitals in Israel next year

Sagi Cohen
Sagi Cohen
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The U.S. drone delivery company Zipline is getting ready to begin commercial operations in Israel next year, TheMarker has learned. The company has begun the regulatory process and is in talks with potential customers.

Zipline hopes to begin its pilot program in Israel early next year, delivering blood and medicine to hospitals in the north and south of the country. While the company has drawn up detailed plans for entering the local market, there's no guarantee that the pilot will develop into a commercial launch of the service.