The Smart Aid Arrives at Accident Sites With No Time Wasted

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Dec 20, 2013 • References: stefanriegebauer.blogspot & yankodesign
A unwell person can deteriorate greatly in the time between a phone call is made to Emergency Medical Services and when an ambulance actually arrives. The Smart Aid has was developed as an efficient first response system that can appear at the scene of an incident, tiding bystanders over until the professionals get there.

Wherever somebody becomes sick or injured, an onlooker can summon this flying First Aid kit with the help of a smartphone app. Stefan Riegebauer's drone would be dispatched immediately, soaring to the GPS-marked location without having to negotiate any roads or rely on the readiness of rescue personnel. The Smart Aid swoops down, equipped with medical supplies and an AED defibrillator, enabling the average Joe to initiate lifesaving procedures. Stats for Unmanned Medic Drones Trending: Older & Warm
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