Unbound by topography

One billion people live all or part of the year without access to all-weather roads. Healthcare providers and disaster relief responders depend on costly, slow, and unreliable transportation by motorcycles, cars, and trucks to serve remote communities. Vayu has developed a UAV with vertical take-off and landing capabilities that can autonomously transport 2 kg over 100-km to provide affordable, fast, and reliable delivery of vital goods to isolated areas, both on a regular basis and in times of crisis.


With nearly 1 billion people around the world lacking proper medical care, small UAVs can be used to overcome the lack of all-weather roads and rough terrain in order to transport diagnostic tools, lab specimens, and medications. UAVs are also valuable logistical tools for post-disaster care.

Field Tested

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