This paper develops a simulation-based approach combining both route optimization and dynamic simulation to improve the logistics performance for COVID-19 vaccine distribution, including drone transportation scenarios.
This scoping review offers an assessment of the ethical considerations associated with humanitarian drones.
Findings from this study have revealed that Ghana’s adoption of the drone policy has enhanced the timely delivery of products such as test samples, blood and Personal Protective Equipment to various health centres and rural areas in particular.
Literature review describing the uses, challenges and potential benefits of medical drones.
This report explores the economic and broader societal rationale for introducing drones t in several use cases in the context of East Africa including include medical goods deliveries, food aid delivery, land mapping and risk assessment, agriculture, and transport and energy infrastructure inspection.
The objective of this study is to review the vaccine last-mile distribution to find a cost-efficient solution using a combination of modes of transportation to improve vaccine availability.
This paper provides an audit of the current Dangerous Goods regulations, best practice in their application and the development of much-needed new governance that will be required to fully exploit UAVs in medical logistics.