India’s one of the leading drone startups, Garuda Aerospace participated in World Economic Forum 2023 to present the first-ever carbon-neutral drone at the Indian Sustainability Lounge, Davos. Agnishwar discussed ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance) and carbon neutrality and how it owed responsibility to the world’s greater good with drones along with technology and innovation. Garuda Aerospace has planning to manufacture over 25,000 drones in the next 15 months and will revolutionise the agricultural sector. Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off 100 Kisan Drones in 100 villages across India and this led to the creation of job opportunities for youth across India.
Speaking at the occasion, Agnishwar said, “It’s such a privilege to present Garuda Aerospace DGCA approved Made in India carbon neutral drones and the ESG goal of impacting one billion Indians positively through drone technology at Davos 2023 hosted by World Economic Forum. Representing Tamil Nadu, it’s an immense honour to share my experience with industry stalwarts, global political leaders, and policymakers. I spoke at an impactful panel discussion and highlighted the progressive government policies and how the startup community is transforming India into a Global Drone Hub by 2030.”
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“I also thank the government for its progressive policies and for transforming the environment by using a green carbon-neutral drone that has also impacted climate change and farmers across India,” concluded Agnishwar.
Garuda Aerospace’s growth plan focuses on to become India’s 1st ever-drone unicorn startup by impacting one billion lives. Starting in 2015, the startup has made a significant mark on the drone industry with the Drone-As-A-Software aggregator. This aggregator designs impeccable drones for various human and industrial needs offering various drone solutions to the industry.