She is safe to touch and will not bump into you or her surroundings.
She helps you find and bring objects whenever you need.
She navigates and operates in any indoor environment all by herself.
You can easily communicate with her and she acts as an intelligent companion.
Drones have the power to extend our senses and actions. The real potential of drones is still subject to experimentation and exploration. We believe technology is here to serve and help people improve their quality of life. At Blue Jay Eindhoven, we are at the forefront by building a drone that functions indoors and in the healthcare sector.Learn more
We operate since September 2015, and our team currently consists of 17 top students from different faculties across the Eindhoven University of Technology. Our multidisciplinary team wants to show the potential of drones in healthcare environments, where they can really make a difference.About the team
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