Pyka’s Highly Autonomous Crop and Cargo Electric Aircraft


Pyka, a producer of large-scale highly-automated electrical plane for crop safety and cargo transport in Oakland, California, introduced that it has obtained approval from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to function its zero-emission highly-automated Pelican Spray plane for crop safety commercially nationwide. With a gross weight of 1,125 lbs., Pyka says its uncrewed aerial system (UAS) is the most important ever to obtain FAA authorization for business operation. Pyka’s Pelican Spray can carry as much as 540 lbs. (70 gallons) of liquid and spray as much as 240 acres per hour. In 2020 alone, the Nationwide Transportation Security Board (NTSB) reported 54 plane accidents involving agricultural operations, together with 12 deadly accidents leading to 13 deaths. The FAA’s authorization of Pyka’s operations signifies the company’s dedication to enabling bigger and extra superior agricultural UA operations that may save lives and advance American pursuits within the $60 billion world drone market. Watch a video, right here, and browse particulars at Militaryaerospace.com (crop sprayer) and Newatlas.com (cargo transport).

FAA Authorizes Pyka Highly Autonomous Crop and Cargo Electric Aircraft

FAA Authorizes Pyka Highly Autonomous Crop and Cargo Electric Aircraft

FAA Authorizes Pyka Highly Autonomous Crop and Cargo Electric Aircraft

FAA Authorizes Pyka Highly Autonomous Crop and Cargo Electric Aircraft

FAA Authorizes Pyka Highly Autonomous Crop and Cargo Electric Aircraft




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