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pabloair.com

Founded Year

2018

Stage

Corporate Minority | Alive

Total Raised

$9.1M

About PABLO AIR

PABLO AIR is an unmanned aerial hardware and software development company. The company focuses on developing UAVs logistics solutions, swarming flight platforms, and long-distance drone delivery solutions.

PABLO AIR Headquarter Location

Smart Valley B-dong, Room 102 30, Songdomirae-ro, Yeonsu-gu

Incheon, 21990,

South Korea

+82 070-5222-6968

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PABLO AIR Patents

PABLO AIR has filed 19 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Operating amusement attractions
  • Unmanned aerial vehicle manufacturers
  • Derivatives (finance)
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Related Topics

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11/4/2021

5/17/2022

Autonomous cars, Unmanned aerial vehicle manufacturers, Robotics, Operating amusement attractions, Dosage forms

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Application Date

11/4/2021

Grant Date

5/17/2022

Title

Related Topics

Autonomous cars, Unmanned aerial vehicle manufacturers, Robotics, Operating amusement attractions, Dosage forms

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Grant

Latest PABLO AIR News

PABLO AIR & 7-ELEVEN, opening of Korea’s first convenience store drone delivery station

Jul 21, 2022

2 Minutes Read PABLO AIR  (CEO Kim Young-Joon), a member of the  Born2Global Centre , announced on July 13 that PABLO AIR, in cooperation with South Korea’s 7-Eleven branch, has opened the first convenience store drone delivery station in Korea for the commercialization of drone delivery. The drone delivery station primarily consists of a control tower and the drone’s vertical take-off and landing aerodrome (Helipad), which allows one-stop processing, from the taking of delivery orders to the completion of the delivery flight. PABLO AIR’s drone delivery service is a beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flight in which the drone is controlled with a wGCS (Web-based Ground Control System) paired with a smart mobility integrated control system (PAMNet, PABLO AIR Mobility Network) for safe and agile operation of the aircraft. Customers can order convenience store items for drone delivery through the app Allivery (All+Delivery) and have their items sent to the delivery station in a rural resort town of Gapyeong which is about 1 km away, or three minutes by drone. After an order is received, the items are moved by a winch connected to the drone station to the rooftop, where the helipad is located. Once the items have been loaded in the drone’s delivery box, the ground control system operator sends the drone on an autonomous flight to the delivery station. After completing QR authorization, the customer can safely take out their ordered items, and then the drone returns back to its starting point. Drone Delivery is available from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (before sunset) from Tuesday to Saturday every week starting from July 13. From now until the end of this year, there is no minimum order amount and delivery is free of charge. The drone, which is 990 x 990 x 750 mm in size, has a maximum payload (PA-H3) of 5 kg and a maximum flight time of 25 minutes. For the pilot program, the drone flies at an average speed of 36 km/h (10 m/s), and since the delivery station is only 1 km from the convenience store, the drone can complete its delivery in about 150 seconds. PABLO AIR plans to continue researching the payload and volume of the shipping box to further improve its drone delivery services. A PABLO AIR official said, “We have been steadily preparing for our drone delivery services, including by obtaining flight approval permissions, for the past two years. We have also implemented complementary technologies such as triple communication networks (RF, LTE, and SATCOM) and parachutes for optimal drone safety.” “Seven-Eleven and PABLO AIR are the first companies in Korea to provide complete A-to-Z services, from taking app orders to preparing products and completing deliveries,” said Kim Young-Joon, CEO of PABLO AIR. “We will do our best to provide safe and effective delivery services.” “The local community also seems receptive to the services because the Gapyeong area is a mountainous area with rivers and lakes, and if we can provide stable drone delivery services, it will benefit the surrounding commercial districts,”  said a resident in the area,  “We are looking forward to enjoying these safe and convenient services.” TAGS

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  • When was PABLO AIR founded?

    PABLO AIR was founded in 2018.

  • Where is PABLO AIR's headquarters?

    PABLO AIR's headquarters is located at Smart Valley B-dong, Room 102, Incheon.

  • What is PABLO AIR's latest funding round?

    PABLO AIR's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.

  • How much did PABLO AIR raise?

    PABLO AIR raised a total of $9.1M.

  • Who are the investors of PABLO AIR?

    Investors of PABLO AIR include LX International, DAOL Investment, Shinhan Venture Investment, BNK Venture Capital, BeHigh Investment and 3 more.

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