OUR TECHNOLOGY - CarazBox
It combines the versatility and agility of a helicopter-like vehicle with the efficiency, range and cargo capability of a fixed wing aircraft.
With a size 50x40x20cm, the cargo bay is specifically designed for logistics and delivery applications. It could carry more than 90% of the packages by weight, while being low cost and disposable.
700% better area coverage than our competitors. Broadens the spectrum of operability and allowing its use in longer distances, where problems of delivery companies appear. Capability to serve entire cities.
Reduced loading and unloading times of the shipments. Easy vehicle reconfiguration for different applications.
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DBX Drones is born to take advantage of the potentiality the use of drones give for solving difficult problems, and the lack of feasible solutions in the market.
Our team is a young team comprised mostly by aerospace, electronics and software engineers, with great expertise in autonomous systems and willingness to learn beyond our experience to bring great value to the society.
We are in constant search of improving our business and entrepreneurial skills.
We like to make things well, always searching for excellency.
The best solution for your particular problems. Nothing more, nothing less.
We want to improve your life by offering solutions that add value to the society.
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