What is Bheeshma portable cubes that IAF has tested for air drop in Agra?

This test was done so that the portable hospital could be deployed anywhere to deal with emergencies.
What is Bheeshma portable cubes that IAF has tested for air drop in Agra?

Agra: Indian Air Force has tested Bheeshma portable cubes in Agra for airdrop from aircraft. This is the first time that the Indian Air Force has tested this portable hospital. This test was done so that the portable hospital could be deployed anywhere to deal with emergencies.

According to the government statement, Bheeshma Portable Cubes are part of a broader initiative called “Project Bheeshma” – India Health Initiative for Cooperation, Interest and Friendship.

It is designed to treat up to 200 casualties with an emphasis on quick response and comprehensive care.In particular, the Aid Cube is equipped with several innovative devices designed to enhance disaster response and medical assistance during emergencies. It also integrates Artificial Intelligence and data analysis to facilitate effective coordination, real-time monitoring and efficient management of medical services in the field.

The entire unit consists of 72 easily transportable components that can be easily moved by hand, bicycle or even by drone, providing unmatched flexibility. In the face of mass casualty incidents (MCI), where the need ranges from basic assistance to advanced medical and surgical care, AidCube stands out with its ability to deploy within an astonishing 12 minutes.

These cubes are strong, waterproof, and lightweight, designed for a variety of configurations, making them ideal for a variety of emergency scenarios.

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