U.S‑based Blue­flite Drone Deliv­ery, found­ed in 2018, is hold­ing a vir­tu­al “Ask-Me-Any­thing” (AMA) ses­sion this Fri­day, Jan­u­ary 27th at 10 am (EST), reports a press release. The pub­lic is encour­aged to jump online and ask ques­tions to Blueflite’s co-Founder and CEO, Dr. Frank Nop­pel.

The release explains, “The AMA will cov­er broad top­ics about the drone indus­try and the com­pa­ny as well as pro­vide insight into real-world appli­ca­tions of Blue­flite drones and pro­vide poten­tial investors with more infor­ma­tion about the future of the com­pa­ny and indus­try.”

This AMA is an investor dri­ve or “crowd equi­ty cam­paign” which can be accessed at: http://ww1.startegine.com/. The com­pa­ny recent­ly opened a round of pri­vate fund­ing on the plat­form, which allows the gen­er­al pub­lic and drone enthu­si­asts to become stake­hold­ers in the com­pa­ny. Blue­flite has present­ly raised close to USD294,000 from 82 investors. There is a min­i­mum invest­ment require­ment of USD298.98. The com­pa­ny claims Blue­flite has a val­u­a­tion of USD22 mil­lion.

To reg­is­ter and attend the AMA click on: https://www.facebook.com/events/1077292140337881. To learn more about invest­ing in Blue­flite please vis­it: https://www.startengine.com/offering/blueflite .

Mean­while, the com­pa­ny announced at the Las Vegas Con­sumer Elec­tron­ics Show (CES) ear­li­er this month, a part­ner­ship with Aca­di­an Ambu­lance, one of America’s largest pri­vate­ly owned med­ical trans­port com­pa­nies. The col­lab­o­ra­tion will see Blueflite’s drone and dig­i­tal plat­form devel­op “a first-of-its-kind, drone-based emer­gency response solu­tion for life­sav­ing med­ical deliv­er­ies.”

This is a joint devel­op­ment to pro­vide much faster deliv­ery of med­ical equip­ment and med­i­cines around the U.S than what is pos­si­ble using present con­ven­tion­al trans­port. Based on Blueflite’s advanced logis­tics drone plat­form, with R&D sup­port from sur­vey and engi­neer­ing firm, Fen­ster­mak­er, this part­ner­ship will pro­vide fast response by deliv­er­ing crit­i­cal equip­ment to emer­gency sites.

Frank Nop­pel, Blueflite’s CEO, com­ment­ed at CES, “When every sec­ond counts, using drones will short­en emer­gency response times con­sid­er­ably, save lives, and reduce cost in health­care.”

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