Medicine Supply Through Drones Have Become Reality
Nizamabad/Hyderabad, Nov 23 (Maxim News): With the help of modern technology, the delivery of medicines through drones have become a reality. The start up companies medicart and TSHA are jointly providing this service.
it may be recalled that the Collector C. Narayana Reddy formally inaugurated the service at the Collectorate, recently. The method of delivering medicines to the designated area through a drone was experimentally examined. In the presence of the District Collector the medicines were successfully delivered to a hospital in Edapally by drone. Collector praised the promoters who made available fast supply services to the remote villages of medicine through drones.
Collector called upon the youth to adopt modern technology and provide services so that they can be useful to society. This drone facility will help to supply medicines to the designated place in a very short time, the drones can fly at a height of 200 meters in the sky and added that this service will be most useful in times of emergency. (Maxim News)
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