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AD Life-critical delivery

On-demand and planned life-critical deliveries of medical payloads and emergency supplies by utilizing cloud based intelligent logistics and autonomous UAV operations. AD offers a complete solution framework for short distance, low weight payload delivery.

How it works

A virtual environment brings organ donors, critical medical providers, and a logistics framework together, providing a seamless one-stop-shop for life-critical cargo.

There are two groups of services. On-demand, emergency services and pre-determined routes. A cloud based platform connects the various suppliers with customers. Intelligent scheduling and flight dispatching allow users to select the best options in terms of timing and costs.

For pre-determined routes, localized charging station are built into the architecture, allowing for continuous operations. Drone collect cargo from one spot, say a pharmacy. They deliver the cargo to a nearby hospital (within a ten mile radius). The drones charge up at the hospital on a local charging station, before going off on another supply run.

3D model with a working prototype of a drone taking medicines from point a to point b.

Intelligent logistics

Cloud connected drones, flying autonomously on pre-determined flight paths are poised to transform logistics. AD offers small payload deliveries for life-critical services by leveraging its cloud data management and drone ecosystem, to ensure safe and compliant drone delivery services.

Solution highlights

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Organ delivery

Just in the US, twenty people die every day while waiting for a transplant. A 'delivery-on-demand' service for life-critical cargo can bring substantial efficiencies to this process.

Drone flying over a hospital or medical facility.

Pharmaceutical delivery

The most common application for this use case is last mile deliveries between pharmacies and large clients such as hospitals, nursing homes and hospice care facilities.

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Emergency delivery

On-demand emergency services include small payload medical and water supplies to inaccessible locations, in the aftermath of an accident or natural calamity.

Drone transporting vital equipment near an icy mountain.

Water rescue

Life preservers and other aids can be sent to people in distress at sea or near the shoreline. Cutting response time by a few seconds, can mean the difference between life and death.

The smart payload

A smart cargo bay provides logistical transparency for sensitive payloads:

  • Live payload video feed
  • Live temperature, pressure, humidity
  • Blockchain option
  • Live telemetry data

Get started

Enterprise solutions are tailored for each customer with industry-specific features and capabilities. To get started, contact AD and tell us about what you're looking for and we'll arrange an exclusive remote presentation for you with solution options.

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