We see drones as a tool to save human lives. That’s why we are working exclusively with civil applications that specialize in public safety and emergency response.
Safety is at the core of everything we do, and we are proud to be one of few companies in the world to be granted permission for Beyond Visual Line of Sight operations in urban environments by a National Aviation Authority (NAA).
Each passing minute that someone is suffering cardiac arrest, the chances of survival drop by 7-10%. That’s why an emergency response organization’s success is directly tied to response times. When it’s a life-or-death situation, slow response isn’t an option.
According to Everdrone simulations, our drones reach emergencies before ambulances in 94% of cases – helping you blast through your KPIs.
When medical emergencies strike, having the right equipment on scene is crucial for stabilizing those whose health is in jeopardy. Our drones can be used to successfully deliver Naloxone, AEDs, EpiPens, and much more in order to help save lives.
QALY (quality-adjusted life-year) is an economic measurement to assess the value of medical interventions. The lower the QALY cost, the more financially effective that medical intervention is.
Our estimates show a good indication that the use of drones in emergency medical response can bring QALY to below 10,000 euros.
Our research with the Karolinska Institutet and other high impact partners is thorough, methodical, and data-driven. We want our services backed by the strongest evidence possible. And in order to do this we’re collaborating with the brightest minds in Europe – to give you the most effective solutions.
Taking the direct route, eliminating problems like rush hour traffic and traffic jams allows us to arrive faster than keeping to the road as traditional emergency service vehicles. It also gets us places where it is otherwise hard or impossible to get to with cars or trucks.