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.
This case study describes Partners In Health and Zipline collaborated to distribute medications to district hospitals close to cancer patients in Rwanda.
A guide to conducting scoping trips for medical drone delivery implementations in low- and middle-income countries
This review is aimed at emphasizing the importance of drones in healthcare delivery noting its current and future usability.
This paper describes innovative interventions to ensure available and continued health care services during COVID-19, including drug delivery by drone.
In this paper, authors present a structured, comprehensive, and scalable framework for classifying drone-based delivery systems and their associated routing problems.
Guinea, Madagascar, and Niger initiated iSC system design efforts to conduct analysis of
alternative supply chain scenarios, including drones, to identify areas for improvement.
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.