Medical Delivery Can Use Drones, Like What?

The Beehive Drones test is the first activity of a drone to deliver medical supplies between islands and hard-to-reach areas.

Beehive Drones, a start-up company that is part of the Telkomsel Innovation Center (Tinc) held an operational trial of an inter-island drone and remote area for last-mile delivery in Sumenep, East Java.

This activity is part of a series of plans by Beehive Drones to provide medicine logistics solutions for people on islands and remote areas. It is planned that in the second quarter of 2022, this solution can already be used.

Beehive Drones CEO Albertus Gian Dessayes said drones were a practical answer to the problem of last-mile delivery.

Conventional distribution can be more helpful because drones provide the speed of delivery and practicality of distribution systems.

In addition to using drones, Beehives Drones will also use ships to solve logistical problems in Sumenep, whose territory is surrounded by sea.

“Drone technology innovation does not mean turning off other logistics modes. Drone technology innovation still requires collaboration with conventional transportation modes,” said Gian as quoted from a press release, Sunday (31/10/2021).

Beehive Drones strives to provide drones that deliver medical supplies as an effective and efficient solution for the needs of areas that are difficult to reach by conventional distribution modes.

The Beehive Drones test is the first activity of a drone to deliver medical supplies between islands and hard-to-reach areas.

“The target is that the unmanned aircraft for medical logistics needs can be operated in the first half of 2022,” said Gian.

Source: Bisnis.com

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