Indonesian Deployment

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The Indonesian Deployment Plan is the first major milestone in bringing the Rapid First Responder System to market. We currently have a functioning prototype of the HumanityONE drone, which is capable of carrying a maximum payload of fifty pounds. Drones for Humanity is in contact with the staff of the Indonesian Disaster Management Authority (IDMA), the Indonesian government sector for disaster relief, to assist us in integrating our system of drones with the current relief response system. The IDMA is willing to be the first beta testers of the product, providing meaningful feedback on the functionality of the drone.


The first phase in preparation for the deployment would be to upgrade and maximize the drone functionality. Upgrades such as an extended flight range, an increased number of failsafes, and all-weather capabilities, are just some of the dozens of optimizations slated for the drone. Recent advances in drone technology has allowed this, and Drones For Humanity prides itself in being at the vanguard of innovation.


We are invited by the IDMA to demonstrate this technology and train aid workers in its efficient use. In addition, Supernova will be organizing field tests of the drone in an area on the outskirts of Jakarta. After confirming that the IDMA is satisfied, we will be expanding to other markets which could utilize the versatility of the drone. During the allocated three-month pilot testing period, we will simultaneously begin our research and development phase to implement various advanced automation technologies into the control system, as well as machine-learning implementations to increase the utility of the HumanityONE.