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Port of Hamburg to use drones for increased efficiency

The port authority in Hamburg enters a new collaboration on drones meant to help develop new solutions and contribute to increased efficiency at the major container port.

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The Port of Hamburg has struck a new deal on developing its use of drones at the harbor, where there are indications of potential within areas such as maintenance and safety.

The Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) joins up with HHLA Sky, a start-up under the port's largest terminal operator, HHLA, to "expand its innovative and intelligent port infrastructure in the area of drones more quickly and efficiently," the parties write in a statement.

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