Industry News Articles

AlarisPro adds new features for improved drone pilot decision making

DroneDJ

September 15, 2020

Unmanned aircraft system (UAS) management provider, AlarisPro has added new features to its platform to allow for improved decision making by drone pilots.

AlarisPro improves decision making for enterprise UAS Operators and Fleet Managers

Commercial Drone Professional

September 09, 2020

AlarisPro has released a series of new features that will enable its enterprise clients to have greater visibility, monitoring and management capabilities for their global UAS operations.

AlarisPro Provides UAS Operators and Fleet Managers New Features

UAS Magazine

September 09, 2020

AlarisPro, the leader in Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) management, has released a series of new features that will enable its enterprise clients to have greater visibility, monitoring and management capabilities for their global UAS operations.

AlarisPro Provides Enterprise UAS Operators and Fleet Managers with Powerful New Features for Improved Decision Making

GlobeNewswire

September 09, 2020

Enhanced reporting, customization, visualization, and User Interface (UI) provide operators and pilots with detailed data and actionable insights

Like ‘Uber for Organs’: Drone Delivers Kidney to Maryland Woman

SOURCE: NY Times

April 30, 2019

A custom-made drone delivered a kidney this month to a Maryland woman who had waited eight years for a lifesaving transplant.

Drone delivers kidney for transplant in Maryland, doctors say: ‘It’s a first step’

SOURCE: Fox News

April 29, 2019

The organ was successfully transplanted on April 19 to a 44-year-old woman from Baltimore who had been on dialysis for 8 years, according to the UMMC statement released Friday.

University of Maryland Medical Center transplants first drone-delivered organ

SOURCE: Baltimore Sun

April 26, 2019

The first-ever organ delivered by drone was transplanted into a patient with kidney failure at the University of Maryland Medical Center, capping more than three years of work to show unmanned aircraft can safely transport life-saving organs and tissue.

Drones’ Newest Cargo Might Just Be Human Organs

SOURCE: Smithsonian Mag

April 9, 2019

Surgeon Joseph Scalea is developing a cooler, biosensors and an online platform with GPS to monitor organs in transport in real time.

Drones can safely fly a human kidney without damaging it, study shows

SOURCE: Digital Trends

November 21, 2018

In a new piece of research, investigators from the University of Maryland put a kidney in a cooler and flew it on test flights underneath a DJI M600 Pro drone.

First ever drone-delivered kidney is no worse for wear

SOURCE: Tech Crunch

November 19, 2018

Scalea and his colleagues modified a DJI M600 drone to carry a refrigerated box payload, and also designed a wireless biosensor for monitoring the organ while in flight.