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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