Drone technologies can leapfrog infrastructure gaps and improve lives. Some African countries are global leaders, while others lag behind. A new partnership is promoting consistent regulation to unlock their potential.
This article presents the experiences from Madagascar, Malawi and Senegal, who are among a group of early adopters piloting the use of bi-directional transport drones for health systems in sub-Saharan Africa.
The ISG Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) coordinating body is composed of seven major donor and international organization. Their mission is to supports Governments, country stakeholders, donors, technology and implementing partners to make more informed decisions about integrating UAS in supply chain systems to improve global health outcomes.
This tool estimates last mile (service delivery-level) transport and inventory cost implications of introducing AAVs.