Startup involves medications with drones to deliver in Tanzania
The startup Zipline with drones medications delivery in Tanzania.
The delivery system will in the first quarter of 2018, according to the dronebedrijf in a press release.
The dronenetwerk in term two thousand deliveries per day, at thousands of locations. This will be 10 million people of medication.
The dronenetwerk is partly funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the charity of Microsoft founder Bill Gates and his wife.
Zipline is working with the government in Tanzania to get the supplies to make. In addition, the startup both used the drones as a delivery service.
At the moment drones Zipline blood to 21 hospitals in Rwanda. Meanwhile, we have drones in that country to 100,000 miles flown. In 1.400 flights are 2.600 deliveries done.
Zipline supplies blood to hospitals in Rwanda