Cloudline is building autonomous airships to take drone delivery into remote areas, with greater payloads and longer range than possible using conventional drones. We have seen the tremendous positive impact of on-demand emergency deliveries of medicine and blood.
Autonomous airships are the marathoners of the drone world. Whereas the industry has successfully deployed many “sprinting” drones, that may be deployed on-demand, quickly and conveniently, to carry small high value payloads;
The distance over which these drones are able to operate has remained a big barrier to expanding their deployment over more uses cases.
Our team is made up of a group of South African engineers, who have been privileged enough to know what seamless logistics looks like in a developed setting, while being close enough to places where that access is near non-existent.
We bring our multidisciplinary knowledge of mechanical and electronics engineering, as well as machine learning to a problem that requires development on a number of fronts.
Drones decrease organ transport times by XX%, improving the chances of a successful transplant.
Increase access to organs for transplant
By eliminating traffic and other unexpected delays, drones are the most reliable tool for mission-critical logistics.
Improve Organ Quality
On-demand delivery allows OPOs and surgeons to rapidly schedule transplants without distraction, improving hospital efficiency, organ quality, and transplant volume.
Support Organ Recovery Teams
UAF enable a seamless process from organ donation to transplantation, allowing for the organ recovery team to have added assurance in saving a life.
06 // Process
Join The Future:
Pilot Participation Process
Design research plan
Execute UAS organ flight simulation
Analysis of medical data
UAS performance report
“The work we’re doing now to maximize the gift of lifeand health can only be amplified with the services thatMission GO demonstrated. The future of organ donation and transplantation will be defined by innovation.”
CEO & President Of Nevada Donor Network & President Of Association Of Organ Procurement Organizations (AOPO).