Local medical device CEO shares plans for drone delivery service

A local medical device firm is finding a new way to use drones to help saves lives. Orlando-based Archer First Response Systems is using modified drones to deliver automated external defibrillators (AED) anywhere within 8 square miles in a community whenever someone’s heart stops beating. Gordon Folkes III, founder and CEO of Archer First Response Systems, said the business so lves the problem of people dying from cardiac arrest due to not being revived soon enough. He said while AEDs can help…
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