SHARING IDEAS THAT DO GOOD

A cardboard drone for humanitarian aid

post-image
Otherlab, a San Francisco-based engineering research and development lab, developed what it calls the world's most advanced industrial paper airplane. The cardboard gliders are made with a biodegradable material and equipped with GPS and other electronics, allowing them to be dropped by a plane and deliver two pounds of life-saving materials without needing to be retrieved. 


What do you think?

You must be logged in to post a comment.
Comments
Lynn Wood @ 2020.03.04 9:15 PM
A clever way to make help accessible in remote places. 


Related Posts

Wellbeing

post-image

Mentoring improves well-being
16 January 2022 by Matt Levy 0 Comments

Wellbeing

post-image

Australians need a new Accord on Wealth, Welfare and Wellbeing with their parliaments
16 January 2022 by Bronwyn Kelly 0 Comments

Wellbeing

post-image

Better shelter on the beach
3 January 2022 by Lynn Wood 0 Comments