The Ambulance Drone is an all-purpose medical toolkit that can be automatically flown to any emergency situation and used to guide citizens to make non-technical lifesaving procedures.
When a medical emergency takes place, the response time can make all the difference between a life saved and a life lost. Created by Alex Monton, a graduate of the Delft University of Technology, the drone is custom designed to deliver in the event of an emergency. Once it's there, the call can be transferred to the drone, which has in-built speakers.
According to Monton, the speed of the drones could push survival rates as high as 80 percent.

Our State of the Art Medical and Support Equipment onboard ensure the smoothest trip possible from bedside to bedside. Unfortunately, ambulances can get stuck in traffic and on average they arrive 10 minutes after the emergency call has been made, in which time a cardiac arrest victim may have already succumbed to a lack of oxygen to the brain. Inside, it houses a compact defibrillator, medication and CPR aids, as well as other essential supplies for the layperson to use while they wait for a medical professional. This frees the caller's hands to perform tasks such as placing the victim in the recovery position and preparing the defibrillator, with vocal guidance from the emergency response team. The idea is that those at the scene can phone emergency services as normal, giving their location.

The team can see live video of the event to make sure that any procedures are completed correctly, as well as passing on relevant info to the approaching ambulance.
An ambulance and the Ambulance Drone are despatched immediately, with the drone capable of arriving in around 1 minute.

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