Every day, approximately 810 women die from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
300 to 500 million acute episodes are caused worldwide annually by malaria, resulting in an estimated 1 million deaths, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa.
45%–54% of all deaths worldwide happen under time-critical conditions.
Effective emergency care can avert these death
Our gliders can provide reasonable emergency care needed to help people suffering from time-critical conditions and lack of access.
A global problem
The level of access to healthcare varies widely from country to country and even within countries.
The inequalities are increasing due to a rise in chronic diseases, combined with an aging population, increased unemployment, and economic pressures.
Drones can provide a remedy in the future.
We deliver life-saving medication, blood vessels or anything below 2,3kg to the most remote places in the world.
We make equal access to medical supplies possible - no matter where people live.
Our gliders and mailboxes are fully autonomous and fully electric.
Compared to a car there are less fuel costs, less maintenance cost and less labor expenses. That is why we can offer a competitive price.
Time matters. Sometimes seconds can decide between life and death. Conditions such as sepsis and myocardial infarction benefit from high-quality emergency care and rapidly lead to death if left untreated.