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New Markets for AeroPest’s Internationally Patent Pending Precision Spraying Drone

AeroPest, a drone-tech business supported by Drexel University, has announced the release of the Hummingbird, an aerial precision spraying system. The Hummingbird gives pest treatment workers a new approach to get rid of elevated pests like wasp nests without having to utilise perilous ladders, lifts, or rooftop climbing.

Beyond pest control, AeroPest sees opportunities to expand into other businesses that need high-altitude spraying and put personnel in potentially unsafe circumstances.

“Our technology, which can precisely administer any liquid at any height, is finding uses in a wide range of industries; we’ve received queries for anything from lubricating industrial machinery to de-icing aircraft.” Please contact us if you think our technology could be valuable in your sector,” says Harrison Hertzberg, Founder and CEO of AeroPest.

Hummingbird features and benefits include enhanced…
Preventing unneeded harm, death, and liability from increased falls is essential.
Revenues: Provide more services to more people for more money.
Effectiveness: Using a precision liquid application, perform previously unattainable procedures faster and save money on chemicals.

In the third quarter of 2022, the Hummingbird will be accessible. Please contact us at for additional details on the product.

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