A British-based car rental firm is announcing plans to use drones to transport passengers and crew to and from its offices in Europe.BNA, which operates in France, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland, said it is working with a company called Paraleln.
B-1 Global, a global travel and hospitality services provider, said in a statement that the company would be using drones for a limited period of time, in order to provide more efficient service.”BNA is excited to announce the launch of its partnership with Paraleln,” the company said.
“We are thrilled to be the first of our European clients to use the new technologies to fly our cars in the air.
The Paralelsn drones are a world-class vehicle which can provide us with unprecedented coverage over the entire continent.
We are excited to be able to expand our coverage and services in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas.”BNA’s services are designed to be “world class” in terms of coverage, the company added.
The company also said that its services will be offered through Paralelin.
Paralelen said it was looking to use drone technology for the delivery of BNA’s products, services and personnel, as well as its logistics, logistics and security teams.
The company said it will work with BNA and ParalELen to offer services on a trial basis.BRAIN: Why drones are so cool for transportation and logistics firms