Meet the 24-year olds who have built drones that supply medicines and blood to Papua New Guinea

Meet the 24-year olds who have built drones that supply medicines and blood to Papua New Guinea

  • The Indian government's policy regulatory framework for drone usage is yet to be frozen, but that hasn't stopped startups from looking at using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in our day-to-day lives.
  • Enter Redwing Aerospace, a Bengaluru-based drone delivery startup, that isn't looking at drones for delivery of food or ecommerce.
  • "Logistics is about getting something from point A to point B. Drones let you do that much faster.
  • When Anshul, an ex-NTU Singapore Researcher, had the idea, he immediately contacted two friends from his Manipal Institute of Technology days - Rishabh Gupta and Arunabha Bhattacharya.
  • Focusing on this idea, the team decided to use drones to deliver medicines, vaccines, and blood to the remotest parts of the world.


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