In this paper, early indications of the Danish public’s perception of drones for use in public healthcare are presented.
This paper constitutes one element of a research project that examines technological innovation in the aid sector and how it intersects with moral values, norms, and commitments through an in-depth case study following the 2015 Nepal earthquake.
This report measures the potential impact of drone delivery for consumers, local businesses and communities across the U.S.
In order to inform the introduction of drones in new contexts, this paper analyzed similarities and differences in community perceptions of medical delivery drones in Malawi, Mozambique, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Dominican Republic.
This paper aims to document and advance awareness of diverse context-specific concerns, challenges, and complexities encountered by individuals working on the front lines of drones for health.