Drones Could Serve as Airdrop Emergency Medical Responders

Drones Could Serve as Airdrop Emergency Medical Responders

SkyProwler drones deliver emergency medical equipment that can cut both the cost and response time of emergency services

Teo Armus
  • 24 june 2015

Need an EpiPen? There’s a drone for that. Krossblade Aerospace Systems, an Arizona-based aviation startup, has created a prototype for SkyProwler drones, which can travel up to 60 miles per hour in order to deliver emergency medical equipment such as insulin and defibrillators.

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