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Flying helpers – drones support medical care

Drones are expected to enable the transport of medicines, defibrillators, and other medical devices in the future. While conventional medical transport is often restricted by traffic conditions and given infrastructures, drones are able to reach remote areas at higher speeds. Furthermore, the way has been paved for advanced air transport through the EU Drone Regulation on a legal base, too.

But how does drone transport work and what technology is behind it? Does the cost of using state-of-the-art technology pay off in relation to the benefits provided? What are the proven benefits? What is the promise and vision of national and international companies in the field of medical drone transport? Read the answers in the new arcoro CONNECT!

Facts at a glance

Every year, around 275,000 people across Europe suffer a cardiovascular arrest. The survival rate of those affected is only 10% on average. Fast and effective action can mean the difference between life and death because immediate resuscitation and defibrillation can increase the chance of survival by up to 70%! Drones offer the possibility of bringing medical products such as defibrillators to accident scenes at speeds of up to 144 km/h without being affected by traffic obstructions.

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