The threat of coronavirus has posed a number of issues in the healthcare system. But the biggest benefit was that it triggered a major expansion in health technology, such as telemedicine and at-home lab tests. But it also facilitated changes within the technical areas.
The demand for safer solutions naturally led to the development of robotic support in hospital environments, which is where drones come into play. Drones have been used in a number of environments such as warfare and were a very popular purchase due to their portability and decreases in cost. Drones have been used in delivery and transportation, monitoring public spaces, as well as aerial disinfection. But how have drones been used in the healthcare sector and what can we expect from them in the future?