‘Drones for Good’ Offers Flying Ambulance Toolkit

‘Drones for Good’ Offers Flying Ambulance Toolkit

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Every year a million people suffer from cardiac arrest in Europe and face a mere 8% survival rate due to slow response times of emergency services. Alec Momont seeks to improve existing emergency infrastructure with a network of drones capable of saving lives. His drone can speed to a location within 1 minute, when it would take an ambulance ten.

The new type of drone folds up and becomes a flying toolbox to deliver emergency supplies like an Automated External Defibrillator that could increases chance of survival from 8% to 80%.

The Ambulance Drone is the result of Momont’s Master Graduation thesis research project. The industrial engineer studied in Belgium, France and the Netherlands and holds a master’s degree of science from the Technical University in Delft,

(WATCH the video below or learn more at alecmomont.com)

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