A Dutch student has developed the flying defibrillator of the future in the form of a prototype “ambulance drone” that can fly at speeds up to 100 km/hr and reach heart attack victims within minutes
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Alec Momont, a Dutch student has revealed a prototype ‘ambulance drone’ that gets a defibrillator to a patient within a 12 square kilometer zone within a minute.

The Ambulance Drone is designed to track mobile calls made to the emergency number and zero-in on said numbers using standard GPS protocols.

The drone is fitted with cameras, speakers, and a microphone so that the person who has made the call can listen to emergency medical personnel at the other end and follow simple instructions to revive and stabilize the victim.

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