MissionGO Completes World Record Medical Cargo Delivery Flight
Another look at the first human pancreas transported by Unmanned Aircraft
Harford County Sheriff’s Office Locates Missing Child After Partnering With MissionGO to Create Unmanned Aircraft Unit
JUNE 16, 2021
Harford County Sheriff’s Office was featured on WBAL TV 11 News after they used an Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) to locate and safely bring home a missing child who wandered away from a playground.
Thank you to the Harford County Sheriff’s Office for entrusting MissionGO to provide the training for their sUAS Program!
MAY 11, 2021
MissionGO, in partnership with LifeSource & Allina Health, successfully transported the world’s first human pancreas via unmanned aircraft.
This historic flight flew 10-miles over the Mississippi River. This flight successfully demonstrates the viability, value, efficiency gains, and delivery speed of lifesaving organs via UAS within the Twin Cities metro area and beyond.
Rodney Manuel, Senior UAS Pilot & Training Lead, talks about what goes into a MissionGO organ delivery flight.
MissionGO Completes Longest Organ Delivery Flight via Unmanned Aircraft in the World with Nevada Donor Network
SEPTEMBER 22, 2020
The MissionGO Operations team flew a research kidney and corneas in the Las Vegas desert in September 2020 in partnership with Nevada Donor Network, Inc.
SOURCE: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
APRIL 26, 2019
A University of Maryland unmanned aircraft has delivered a donor kidney to surgeons at the University of Maryland Medical Center.
SOURCE: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, TERP MAGAZINE
JUNE 26, 2019
A woman’s lifesaving new kidney arrived by drone, and the nation’s transplant system may never be the same.
SOURCE: ASSOCIATED PRESS
MAY 2, 2019
In a series of “groundbreaking first” the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore successfully delivered and transplanted a donor kidney into a patient using an unmanned drone to transport the donated organ.
MAY 2, 2019
A drone delivered a human organ to a recipient for transplant for the first time. CNN’s Martin Savidge talks to Dr. Joseph Scalea who performed the transplant.