Google Wants To Save Your Life With Drone Ambulances

Google wants to create a fleet of ambulance drones that could be used to reach humans stranded in remote locations during medical emergencies.

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Google was recently granted a patent to create a fleet of drone ambulances that would help to save people in remote locations during emergencies.

According to Robotics Trends [1]:

The drones could deliver medical supplies such as first aid kits, defibrillators or EpiPens, for example, according to the patent [2].

The drones could also deliver water to exhausted/stranded hikers.

According to the patent, each drone within the fleet would be different to accommodate a number of medical emergencies “such as choking, cardiac arrest, shock, asthma, drowning, etc.”

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Below are some sketches from Google’s patent that show what the medical drones could potentially look like.

Google has already begun to dabble with drones. For a few years now, the company’s Google X lab has been working on Project Wing, which involves using drones to deliver products to consumers in rural areas.




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