Drones are increasingly becoming part of the emergency response and public safety industry all around the world.
New initiatives keep emerging: in Sweden, a pilot project is trialling the delivery of defibrillators by drones. How could this be expanded to other countries? Could drone deliveries of other medical equipment help emergency professionals and improve people’s safety?

To better understand the possibility of using drones for emergency medical deliveries, EENA and Everdrone are launching a new project, supported by the Karolinska Institutet.
The project will involve interviews conducted with professionals from relevant end-user organisations.

Join the project

Professionals working in emergency medical services have the opportunity to take part in this innovative project and help drive change for people’s safety.

Eligibility criteria: 

  • From any country
  • Working in any organisation providing emergency medical services, e.g. PSAPs, first responder organisations
  • Previous experience with drones not required
  • Management and innovation professionals particularly encouraged to apply

Deadline: 22 December 2020

Discover all EENA’s work on drones HERE.