Delft University of Technology student Alec Momont graduated cum laude with a final grade of 10(!) on the Ambulance Drone he developed. A ten is not given often, but this was a unique project!
This compact flying toolbox contains essential supplies for (lay-person) advanced life support. Portability and foldability help the drone to be used anywhere.
The incorporation of a two-way, video supported, communication channel in the drone between 112 operators and the first respondents will greatly improve first care.
In short, the Ambulance Drone helps to save lives by extending existing emergency infrastructure with a network of fast and compact UAVs capable of bringing emergency supplies and establishing communication, anywhere.
Is this the way of the future?