Doroni Aerospace has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding with 3Points, a leading Canadian Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) operator, with the intent to bring the Doroni H1 eVTOL to the Canadian market.

3Points will purchase and sell 25 units upon successful testing, verification, and regulatory requirements to operate the vehicle with identified use cases. In exchange for early access to prototypes, 3Points will assist in testing early versions, and the two companies may also explore the opportunity for a commercialisation partnership.

3Points’ position as Canada’s top RPAS operator and testing organisation will be highlighted and reinforced as it is the first to test and deploy an important sector innovation; Doroni will benefit from 3Points’ extensive network of clients and operators.

3Points focuses on accelerating innovation and advancement of RPAS solutions for clients while providing Emergency Management teams and National Incident Management Command coordinators to integrate advanced RPAS platforms into real time emergency operations.

This rapidly deployable and certified capability enables the seamless integration of RPAS air operations into existing emergency response, allowing for mission critical real time situational awareness for first responders.

In addition to innovation testing and field operations, 3 Points is actively supporting and growing the RPAS community with both online and hands-on advanced and specialised certification courses giving students hands-on flight experiences.

Doroni Aerospace was founded in 2016 by serial entrepreneur Doron Merdinger. With 25 years experience in design, manufacturing, and managing eight-figure firms, Doron assembled a technical team to provide an entirely new mode of sustainable transportation.

Doroni will empower people to intuitively transport themselves within urban environments and between cities at a fraction of the time possible with traditional automobiles.

Last November, Doroni Aerospace announced that International Vehicle Research president Johnny Doo joined as an advisory board member focussing on autonomous electric vertical flight vehicles.

Earlier, in August, the company revealed the completed cockpit of the Doroni H1 personal eVTOL with an immersive virtual reality (VR) experience at Wittman Regional Airport’s Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) AirVenture Oshkosh 2022 from July 25-31.