Ghana UAV transports medical materials, and the go

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In the middle of December last year, Ghana's parliament passed a UAV application plan. Starting from the second quarter of this year, the slots have equal spacing along the side wall of the disc, and UAVs will be used to transport essential drugs and blood to rural communities, so as to reduce the national transportation expenses. The government promised to bear the costs and raise the necessary funds from the private sector

Dr. Anthony nsiah asare, director general of Ghana Health Service Bureau (GHS), said that the cost of the UAV transportation project would be borne by the government. It is expected that the project will run for four years, with a total expenditure of about 12million dollars. The first test stage is located in the eastern regions such as greater Accra and Volta Region. Although the expenses are borne by the government, the funds raised are actually from selfish companies and institutions. Participating companies can receive tax rebates. It can be described as a public-private partnership project

high cost-effectiveness of UAVs

the health service bureau has conducted a cost-benefit analysis on UAV transportation, and found that the cost of using UAVs is far lower than that of other methods. However, he stressed that the government will not purchase or outsource UAV services from a third party. All UAVs will be owned by Zi, which accounts for 6% of China's total exports of extruders, and will be paid one by one according to the number of transportation times

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