Analysis of development on creation of delivery organization systems using drones

  • В. Moroz Dnipro, University of Technology
  • О. Pokotylenko Dnipro, University of Technology
Keywords: drone, delivery system, automation, information processing


Within this article we consider achievements in the field of development, concepts and ideas for creation of delivery systems using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), which provide for maximum automation with minimal human participation in the delivery of goods or products to the final consumer. We also analyze the possibility of improving of the delivery system logistics component in order to improve the quality of the service provided, as well as to eliminate the loss of applications and other information in the system operation.


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MorozВ., & PokotylenkoО. (2020). Analysis of development on creation of delivery organization systems using drones. COMPUTER-INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES: EDUCATION, SCIENCE, PRODUCTION, (34), 74-78. Retrieved from