After cardiac arrest, flying drone is fastest way to send help – Seattle Times

Seattle TimesAfter cardiac arrest, flying drone is fastest way to send helpSeattle TimesThe drone weighs about 12.5 pounds and uses eight rotors to achieve speeds of up to 47 mph. Once a pilot programs its route and destination, the drone uses a GPS sy…


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After cardiac arrest, flying drone is fastest way to send help
Seattle Times
The drone weighs about 12.5 pounds and uses eight rotors to achieve speeds of up to 47 mph. Once a pilot programs its route and destination, the drone uses a GPS system, autopilot software and a high-definition camera to get there. Fluorescent paint ...
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