Drone can airlift casualties from conflict zones
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The world saw one of its first autonomous human-carrying drone at this year's CES by Chinese manufacturer Ehang. Now AirMule by Tactile Robotics is a drone capable of ferrying human casualties in conflict zones where helicopters can’t reach. The unmanned aircraft, capable of vertical takeoff and landing features internal rotors, requires a small surface area for deployment, and can land in hard to access terrains such as forests or streets in urban conflicts. With a maximum load of 1100 kg, the AirMule can sit two humans and carry extra supplies, and is capable of hovering with high precision in up…
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