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The Wildu Aero project is a groundbreaking initiative aimed at improving health outcomes and assisting in bridging the gap in health inequities for those living in rural and remote Australia.

Whilst consulting in rural and remote Australia the founder of ASAC Consultancy, Anna Klis, witnessed first-hand the health inequities for those living in these regions, such as community members passing away from basic infections that had developed into sepsis due to delayed diagnostics and treatments, community members having to travel 3-5 days to receive basic blood tests, and essential health services such as treatments and medications unable to be delivered due to distance.

Through this experience, Anna identified the critical need for a transformative solution that could overcome the vast distances and increase accessibility to essential health services.

By harnessing innovative UAV (uncrewed aerial vehicle) technology, the Wildu Aero project aims to increase accessibility to essential healthcare services such as pathology, treatments, vaccines, medications, and other critical medical supplies.

eVTOL UAV Technology utilising clean energy

In what will be a world-first initiative, ASAC Consultancy and its collaborative partners are researching and developing a medical eVTOL (electric vertical take-off and landing) hydrogen UAV, that will meet all health standards.

The eVTOL UAV will be capable of travelling the vast distances required to service rural and remote areas utilising clean energy.

Community Consultations

Community consultations are being led by First Nations community members commencing in May 2024. Preparation for trials is to commence in June 2024. A feedback system is being established to ensure continuous improvement.

ASAC Consultancy is committed to working collaboratively with key stakeholders to develop a transparent and sustainable service to improve accessibility to essential healthcare services and assist in bridging the gap in health inequities for the population living in rural and remote regions.

General Enquiries /
Media Contact

If you’d like to get in touch with the Wildu Aero project team or would like to find out more, please fill out the enquiry form and we’ll get in touch with you.

For media enquiries, please contact Matilda Finn on 0423 456 335 or mfinn@banksiasp.com.au

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