AERU - Airborne Emergency Response Unit
It´s raining supplies
Destroyed or flooded roads, cut-off areas - these are the situations humanitarian organisations are often confronted with. The airdrop of relief supplies can fill gaps in the supply chain. It can provide medicine, food and even urgently needed medical instruments as fast as possible. Because of the high costs and complex logistics, it's mostly only the military that can afford and provide this airborne aid.
A civil alternative is needed
CADUS is designing and building an affordable civil airdrop system - along with the Humanitarian Pilot Initiative (HPI). It will be low-cost, open source and broadly applicable, of course. Besides the development of a box and strap system, we will train our medical and technical teams in skydiving in order for them to directly access a disaster area. The test phase has started - now we need your donation for the further development, equipment and trainings!