Aidem

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Aircraft TechnologiesArtificial Intelligence (AI)Autonomous Vehiclescolor amplificationDigital Biology & BiotechInternet of Things (IoT)motion magnificationNetworks and Computing SystemsRobotics

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Aidem would be able to fly long distances using a small unmanned plane, which will be able to assess people's health conditions in remote areas by using video processing technology and transmitting the collected data to the medics. We plan on implementing a motion magnification breathing examination technology and a color amplification pulse-detecting technology. Aidem will help people with limited access to healthcare, by delivering medicine and consulting with doctors. It will assist people in regions with low EMS reaction, by arriving faster. In addition, Aidem would deliver vital drugs and medical appliances, and transport blood samples to a lab. Aidem will consist of two parts, a bigger long-range fixed-wing drone and a smaller drone, which will be deployed once the bigger drone is near the area of the accident. Once a bigger drone will reach the approximate location, the smaller one will be deployed and reach the exact location of the casualty. And before the medical crew arrives, Aidem will already start to assess the patient's condition, while transmitting this information to the medical team to help plan their action strategy.

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Crew members

Valeriia Ivanova
Oksana Trefanenko
Karyna Stepanovych
Oleksandr Luchyn
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