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Helping humanitarian aid organisations bridge 'the last mile'​ in disaster struck and remote areas, through the development and operation of special-purpuse Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV's).

Traditional means of transport in the humanitarian aid chain are often inadequate when it comes to the last part of the route. Wings For Aid wants to bridge that ‘last mile’ by the use of an innovative unmanned cargo aircraft. The system can be used for disaster relief, but also for the scheduled delivery of medicines in remote areas. Thus, we give ‘wings’ to aid and get it to people in need. T...
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Traditional means of transport in the humanitarian aid chain are often inadequate when it comes to the last part of the route. Wings For Aid wants to bridge that ‘last mile’ by the use of an innovative unmanned cargo aircraft. The system can be used for disaster relief, but also for the scheduled delivery of medicines in remote areas. Thus, we give ‘wings’ to aid and get it to people in need. Transfer from needles to generators, but content of boxes is determined by partners.
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Humanitarian Assistance
  
Humanitarian Assistance
  
Registered in Netherlandsin Netherlands

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Health, Humanitarian Assistance, Response Technologies and 1 MoreSEE ALL

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Mission and Vision

By the end of 2020, our tested system will support emergency organizations worldwide in bridging the notorious “last mile” in humanitarian aid logistics. This system will be capable of carrying up to two tons of food, blankets, medicines and other life-saving commodities per day in a 100-km radius, and drop them without parachutes in self-landing, 20-kg cardboard boxes.

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