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With each step change in drone technology or regulation, says Oriol López Guirao, who works in logistics for MSF and runs MSF’s tuberculosis project in Papua New Guinea, the applicability of drones will open to new uses

Oriol López Guirao (far right), who works in logistics for Médecins Sans Frontières, says that, in 5 years’ time, he expects drones that can carry 20kg or 40kg not only working on the last mile but supporting the supply chain on a hub-to-hub transport of medicines and other items

Source  Courtesy of Oriol López