Indian Air Force Trials Arogya Maitri Disaster Management Cube in Agra

  • 22 May 2024

In May, 2024, the Indian Air Force successfully tested its Arogya Maitri Disaster Management Cube in Agra, part of the broader BHISHM initiative for comprehensive medical care.

Key Points

  • Cutting-Edge Technology: IAF conducts trials of its indigenous mobile hospital cube designed for rapid response and comprehensive medical care.
  • BHISHM Initiative: Cube is a part of Bharat Health Initiative for Sahyog, Hita, and Maitri, aiming for effective disaster management.
  • Advanced Features: Equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment, AI, and data analytics for efficient coordination and monitoring.
  • Rapid Deployment: Cube can be deployed within 12 minutes, treating up to 200 casualties, ensuring timely medical aid in emergencies.
  • Flexibility and Mobility: The unit contains 72 lightweight components, easily transportable by hand, cycle, or drone, providing unmatched flexibility.
  • Efficient Repacking: After usage, the cube can be efficiently repacked and redeployed, with robust and waterproof construction ideal for any emergency.