Draganfly Supplies Medical Drones To Ukraine

Saskatoon drone manufacturer Draganfly is supplying 200 aircraft to a Ukraine charity that will use them to distribute lifesaving drugs to citizens whose access to medical care has been disrupted by the invasion of Russia. The company confirmed that one of the first of nearly a dozen initial humanitarian drones it is shipping to the Ukraine charity, Revived Soldiers Ukraine has arrived in Europe to soon deliver insulin to hard-to-reach hospitals in Ukraine.

DraganFly said RSU has ordered 200 Draganfly Medical Response drones “equipped with temperature-managed payload boxes that can transport up to 35 pounds of blood, pharmaceuticals, insulin/medicines, vaccines, and wound care kits. Because insulin is a temperature-sensitive product, quick and safe transportation of the hormone is a top priority.”