This work evaluates the possibilities of using unmanned aircraft systems for disinfection tasks.
Based on a field study conducted in 2019, this article investigates how drones are used for medical supply delivery in Malawi—a country where the community is underserved for healthcare and related infrastructure underdeveloped, while airspace is largely open and regulations generally relaxed.
A case study on how Ghana leveraged the Zipline autonomous delivery network to distribute >18,000 face masks to poll workers in less than a day’s notice.
Building on the Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) model, this paper examined public perceptions of drone application in the South East Asian city state, Singapore.
This webinar reviews some of the key digital innovations we have seen play an increasing role this year, including Artificial Intelligence and big data trends in e-health, innovations in social and behavior change communication, and new use cases for drones.
Final project report from the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management drones for HIV/AIDS commodity delivery project in North Malawi.