Matternet M2 drone system to be deployed in Tokyo’s new drone logistics project and utilized to assess drone delivery healthcare opportunities in Japan
Japan Airlines (JAL) and Matternet signed an MOU to assess drone delivery healthcare opportunities and develop a future drone healthcare delivery business in Japan utilizing Matternet’s world-leading M2 urban drone logistics platform.
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Terra Drone group company Antwork has transported medical samples and quarantine materials between Xinchang County People’s Hospital, Xinchang County disease control center and Dashiju branch of Xinchang County People’s Hospital
On February 6, 2020, a medical delivery drone flew from the People’s Hospital of Xinchang County to the disease control center of Xinchang County, marking the launch of the first “urban air transportation channel” to help to fight the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), a global health emergency.
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A small, white drone last month began delivering samples, including blood, between Raleigh’s WakeMed Hospital surgical center and the primary testing lab at its main campus. In the following weeks, the supplies made daily flights that professionals hope will eventually transport life-saving products like blood to more rural locations.
Continue reading “UPS and Matternet partner for FAA-sanctioned deliveries of medical samples in North Carolina”
The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management in the Netherlands, the Province of Drenthe, ANWB, NLR, Delft University of Technology and UMCG Ambulancezorg have signed a letter of intent for the Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) Unmanned medical flight between Lauwersoog and Schiermonnikoog in the Netherlands. Continue reading “Presentation about drones delivery project in Schiermonnikoog, The Netherlands”
Flirtey has formed a partnership with REMSA Health, a provider of ambulance and emergency health services in the state of Nevada. Flirtey and REMSA plan to dispatch a drone to deliver a portable defibrillator whenever a 911 caller in the area reports symptoms of cardiac arrest.
J.W. Hodge, REMSA’s chief of operations for health care, said they hope to reach patients in less time than it would take an ambulance to cut through traffic. Continue reading “Flirtey will deliver defibrillators to 911 callers to help treat cardiac arrest (VIDEO)”