What is claimed to be the world's first national drone delivery service has launched in Rwanda. Operated by US robotics firm Zipline in partnership with the Rwandan government, the service makes emergency deliveries of blood from a distribution hub to transfusion facilities up to 75 km (47 mi) away...
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The world's first drone delivery service has launched in Rwanda to airdrop blood to dying patients
San Francisco-based Zipline, which launched its autonomous drone medical supply delivery program in Rwanda, is bringing its live-saving robots to the U.S. as regulations ease
A US-based drone startup has found a humanitarian market for its services: hospitals in remote areas of Rwanda. The startup, Zipline, has begun making deliveries of blood and other medical supplies via the air, a much faster method ...
The world’s first commercial drone delivery service is in Rwanda, and it’s delivering blood. The service is operated by Zipline, a US robotics and drone company. The drones drop blood parcels on parachutes outside remote health cent...