California-based startup Drone Logistics Matternet introduces a state-of-the-art bio-sample which can be transported to hospitals. It's built on the cooperation of Matternet cloud stations and drones of the same name.
The American company Drone Logistics Matternet has been attempting for a year to resolve the urgent problems of medical staff in hospitals. In collaboration with UPS, Drone Logistics Matternet have already introduced an impressive prototype transfer system between laboratories. Which is even more improved.
The new concept involves the close cooperation between Matternet cloud stations and drones of the same name. Medical personnel are required to enter the necessary data and pack the prototype in special compartments of the station. The drone will pick up the cargo which will be delivered to the appropriate location at the station.
The height of the device is about three meters tall, and its shape resembles a flower bud. Before the drone is sent, the "flower" opens, and the drone flies to its destination. It remains in the same station until the samples are unpacked, and the battery is replaced. Only one drone and four packages with biosamples are placed in the station. Staff can monitor the status of the cargo delivery remotely.
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