Delivering Better Health Via Drone
Keenan Wyrobek, Head of Product and Engineering, Zipline International
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: 310, Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall
Keenan Wyrobek is Head of Product and Engineering at Zipline International, a start-up that focuses on delivering medical necessities by drone to remote and challenging locations.
Zipline International designs, manufactures, and operates small robot aircraft to deliver lifesaving medical supplies. With Zipline, all citizens can have fast and reliable access to lifesaving medical products like blood, vaccines, and essential medicines, regardless of challenging terrain and road infrastructure. In October 2016, the company launched the world's first drone delivery service in Rwanda, where the government hired them to make routine and emergency deliveries of blood to hospitals across the country.
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