Why Unmanned Drones Could Be The Best Thing To Happen To The Developing World In A Long Time

Mansur Gidfar

You're probably used to hearing about unmanned aerial vehicles flying spy missions or blowing things up in countries we're technically not at war with, but it turns out they have some pretty amazing humanitarian applications too. 


Here's an outline of the amazing vision known as the Matternet:



Here it is in action — a Matternet drone delivers medecine to a clinic in Port-au-Prince, Haiti:

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