TechEagle drones to deliver healthcare to tribal groups in Rajasthan
TechEagle announced a partnership with AIIMS Jodhpur to deliver healthcare essentials for the tribal population.
TechEagle’s hybrid e-VTOL Drone, Vertiplane X3 took off for its maiden flight from Sirohi carrying medicines to Waloriya, a location habited by the tribal population.
The drone covered an aerial distance of around 35 km in less than 20 minutes which is 6X faster than ground transportation wherein for the last 8 km there isn’t any road.
On its return journey, the drone returned with the sputum samples of the tribal people for diagnostic purposes at speeds 6X greater than the road transportation.
TechEagle will deliver healthcare items such as medicines, vaccines, blood, and in reverse logistics enabling delivery of blood & sputum samples for diagnostics.
Vikram Singh Meena, TechEagle: “When we started conceptualising TechEagle the most important thing was the fact that we wanted to build a solution that would save and improve the lives of millions and billions of people in India and in the world.”
Anshu Abhishek, TechEagle: “Time is the most crucial dimension when we talk about emergency healthcare as every second is important in such a scenario and by deploying innovative solutions such as drones a lot of time could be saved and in turn lives.“
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