Sunday, October 1, 2023

Jump Aero launches eVTOL ambulance

The Jump Aero Company presented the first electric airplane vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) focused on medical crises and confirmed its first order.

The new design of eVTOL, called JA1 “Pulse”, designed to help medical professionals reach the scene of a rural emergency with critical equipment to save lives as soon as possible.

Once fully established, the Pulse able to reach a speed of 250 knots, making it the fastest form of sustainable personal transportation.

The goal of the jump Aero will offer a critical eight-minute emergency response window in as wide an area as possible.

The company, which has been developing Pulse since 2019, also announced that The first full-scale prototype will be funded in part by the United States Air Force (USAF), in addition to confirming the first commercial order Falck Ambulance Services.

Falck got an option for the first commercial delivery of a JA1 Pulse aircraft.

Falck is a global first response company headquartered in Denmark and 25,000 trained and experienced professionals who works on 26 countries worldwide.

Jakob Riis, executive director of Falck commented that this company is excited to partner with Jump Aero to help change the future of emergency services.

Jump Aero won 3.6 million dollars in USAF contracts to accelerate the company’s technological development.

The JA1 Pulse can carry a trained professional, plus emergency equipment, in complex landing zones in rural areas.

The Jump Aero has headquarters in Petaluma, California with satellite offices in Santa Paula, California and Chelsea, Massachusetts according to information from Aerotime.

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