Israel’s Fisher Institute reveals medical UAV for civilian or military use

Is this the future of MedEvac?  The Fisher Institute for…

Is this the future of MedEvac?  The Fisher Institute for Air and Space Strategic Studies will reveal its newest design: A hybrid UAV for medical evacuations.

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MedUAV is a Hybrid medical re-supply & casualty evacuation (CASEVAC) vertical take off and landing (VTOL) unpiloted aerial vehicle (UAV) for civilian or military urban or sea scenarios and as a recovery capability for incapacitated, wounded or killed personnel suspected of having been exposed to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or explosive (CBRNE) hazards. MedUAV is equipped with an electrical motor capable of providing hover lift at zero airspeed, cruise to speeds of up to 150 knots and a cruise ceiling of about 10,000 feet with a useful payload for 4 patient with full gear for endurance of 3 hours. The unmanned platform will also carry a passive and active self-protection system.

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  • Zemichael Fiseha

    -modular mission paylaod.(MMP)
    -Data link
    -Remote data terminals(RDT)
    -Launch and terminals(RDTs)
    -Launch and recovery equation
    -tactical communication equation

  • Zemichael Fiseha

    Hi
    I am working in organization named INSA(Information Network Security Agency ).I am partispating in project in the area of UAV and I am wondering if you give a training in a UAV that could help me or if you comment me other organization that give a training.I would like to get the training in
    1)Communication capablities of UAV
    -Internal communiction
    -Externl communication
    2)UAV system.
    -Air vehicles
    -Ground control station
    I haven’t got enough space to list some more areas