14-15 February 2024 | Valencia, Spain

Drones for the last mile: Future or reality?

Wed 14 Feb | 11:50 - 12:30

This discussion explores the evolving role of drones in last-mile delivery, questioning whether their widespread adoption is a future prospect or current reality. It delves into the technological advancements, regulatory landscapes, and logistical challenges shaping drone deployment. The potential of drones to revolutionize delivery services by enhancing efficiency, reducing carbon footprints, and improving accessibility in remote areas is highlighted. Key considerations include safety, privacy, and the infrastructure needed to support drone operations, aiming to discern if drones are poised to become a mainstay in last-mile logistics.

Speakers
Marcos López Juárez

Marcos López Juárez

Assistant Professor, R&D Fuel cells for mobility and power generation

CMT – Clean Mobility & Thermofluids

Daniel Castillo

Daniel Castillo

Chief Commercial Officer – UAS Logistics

BCN Drone Center

Luis Miguel García

Luis Miguel García

Reader / Associate Professor

CMT - Clean Mobility & Thermofluids, Universitat Politècnica de València

Moderators
Marta Losada Martín

Marta Losada Martín

Cluster Manager

Catalonia Logistics