Phase 0 Technology Demonstration
Phase 1 Safety & Feasibility Testing
Phase 2 Measuring Effectiveness
Phase 3 Expanding Impact



Year Flights Began


Contact Organization

University of Southern Denmark

Evidence Generated

Total # of successful flights


Max flight distance achieved

5 km

Type of flight permission secured

  • No permission required
  • VLoS
  • BVLos
  • Other – see full data set

Location of Flight Permission

  • Site specific permission
  • Broad geographic permission
  • Other – see full data set

Level of stakeholder engagement

  • No engagement needed
  • Engagement of regulatory bodies only
  • Stakeholders at landing and takeoff sites oriented
  • Community outreach campaign targeting takeoff and landing site and wider community

Max payload carried per flight

0 kg

Maximum flight speed

45 km/h

Duration of flight permission

  • One-time
  • Limited duration
  • Unlimited duration
  • Other - see full data set

Results measured

  • Surveillance image
  • Benefits not evaluated
  • Transportation time
  • Product quality
  • Costs
  • Health worker impact
  • Environmental impact
  • Other – see full data set
  • Results not measured
  • Contact organization for more details

References to Findings

Related Project Phases

Implementation Details

Status of Project


Contact Person

Kjeld Jensen

Other Partners

Odense University Hospital, Falck A/S, Holo A/S, Unifly ApS, SA Group A/S


No payload

Geographic Scope

Ærøskøbing Hospital, Ærø island, to a nearby hotel and the Danish National Drone Test Center

Funding Source

Innovation Fund Denmark

Drone Technology

Drone Supplier

University of Southern Denmark

Model Name

HealthDrone Multirotor

Method of Flight



Electric motor

Power Source


Payload Capacity

0.3 kg
10 x 10 x 5 cm

Maximum flight time with full payload in still air

20 minutes

Radio Links

UHF radio

Delivery method



Delivery & collection

Are major repairs possible on-site?

No, must be sent out or materials sent in