In an India first, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya M Scindia today launched ‘Medicine From The Sky’ project
VIKARABAD/ HYDERABAD, Sep 11 (The CONNECT) – In an India first, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya M Scindia today launched ‘Medicine From The Sky, Beyond-Visual-Line-Of-Sight’ at a function held at Vikarabad, 75 km away from Hyderabad.
Telangana's 'Medicines-From-The Sky' project can be a game-changer, using drones for healthcare. It is an initiative of the Government of Telangana led by the Emerging Technologies Wing of the IT Department in partnership with World Economic Forum, NITI Aayog and Apollo Hospitals’ HealthNet Global.
Speaking on the occasion, Scindia said the perception of India as a follower in drone technology has changed and the nation is now recognized as a leading oner. “It is a historical movement for the Drone industry,” he said.
Telangana IT Industries Minister KT Rama Rao urged Scindia to set up an Aviation University or Centre of Excellence at Begumpet Airport.