Drones will be made use of to carry medical materials from Hampshire to the Isle of Wight, the federal government has introduced.
Grant Shapps, Secretary of Point out for Transportation, claimed a planned trial of the know-how would be introduced ahead and start out following week.
In March, the governing administration pledged £8m to fund a trial of drone deliveries.
But Mr Shapps reported there was an “urgent need to have” to start off the trial faster than planned.
The trial will use a petrol-fuelled Windracers Ultra preset-wing drone, capable of carrying 100kg for up to 1,000km (621 miles).
Initially the drone will not have its most payload.
The Department for Transport explained the drone would fly a fixed route amongst Lee-on-Solent in Hampshire and Binstead on the Isle of Wight.
Having said that, the route is still to be authorised by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
The governing administration expects about 4 flights to be produced a working day, dependent on the needs of the NHS.
Following goods have been dropped off at the airfield, they will be delivered to St Mary’s clinic on the Isle of Wight by highway.