TU Delft – Ambulance Drone
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[TU Delft – Ambulance Drone]
112 Operator. What is your emergency?
It’s my dad. I think he had a heart attack. Please help. He’s not breathing anymore.
Please stay calm. What’s your name?
Good. Joanna, we’ve got your location. The ambulance drone is on its way. Remove his top shirt to uncover his torso.
Great. Can you go to the nearest exit? The ambulance drone is almost there.
Okay. I’m outside.
I’ll be talking through the drone now. So you can put down the phone. Now please pick up the drone and bring it to your father. You’re doing great. Okay. Pull the green lid. Now place the pads on your father’s chest. Good. I can see that the pads are properly applied. Joanna, please stay clear of your father. We’ll take it from here.
[Alec Momont (Project Creator):] Source: LYBIO.net
Hi, I’m Alec Momont. I’m a graduate student at the TU Delft working on a project for Living Tomorrow and UZ Gent. Our vision is to improve current emergency infrastructure with a network of drones capable of saving lives. At over 100 kilometers per hour these drones create an ultra fast response system capable of increasing distance survival chance from 8% to 80%. This is because the ambulance drone is not affected by current road infrastructure, but is capable of flying in a straight line, bringing down the average response time of an ambulance from 10 minutes to 1.
We developed a new type of drone that is capable of folding into a very compact position. The drone essentially becomes a flying toolbox for your emergency supplies. Using advance production techniques such as 3-D printed microstructures and carbon fiber frame construction we were able to achieve a very lightweight design. Our iterative process using design sketching, laser cutting, and CNC milling allowed us to rapidly visualize our ideas. The result is an integrated solution that is clear in its orientation and friendly in its appearance.
Let’s use drones for a good purpose. Let us use drones to save lives.
High speed emergency network
Project Creator: Alec Momont – alecmomont.com
Film Director: Samy Andary – samyandary.com
Cinematographer: Tomas J. Harten – vimeo.com/user12379455
Actress: Rebecca ter Mors – rebeccatermors.com
Actor: Roland van der Velden
Speed test drone clip: SkyHero – sky-hero.com
Project Sponsor: Living Tomorrow – livingtomorrow.com
Project Facilitator: TU Delft – tudelft.nl
Project Chair: Prof.dr.ir. Richard Goossens
Project Mentor: Ir. Kees Nauta
Project Supervisor: Peter de Jonghe
Project Coordinator: Jurgen de Jaeger
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