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German drone manufacturer Wingcopter was named as one of the World Economic Forum’s 100 Technology Pioneers.  The annual list is designed to highlight and bring together early stage companies that are innovating to solve sustainability and humanitarian challenges.  Technology Pioneer companies begin a two year relationship with the World Economic Forum (WEF), participating in global events. The Technology Pioneers project is part of the larger Global Innovators community: “an invitation-only group of the world’s most promising start-ups and scale-ups that are at the forefront of technological and business model innovation,” says the WEF.

From a list that the World Economic Forum describes as “ranging from the use of artificial intelligence to diagnose cancers and quantum computing systems, to carbon capture and removing technologies, cell-grown meat production and use of microbiome to track goods,” Wingcopter, with their innovative and award winning delivery drone, made the list.

“Dedicated to improving the lives of people worldwide,…

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