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The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) partnered with Gravity Industries to test a jet suit-powered paramedic.
Gravity Industries was first launched in March 2017 with Richard Browning as its founder and chief test pilot. Within 1.5 years of Gravity Industries’ debut, the company held over 90 test flights across 30 countries and has partaken in events from car launches to the opening of Japan’s baseball season, according to Gravity Industries and a Business Insider interview with Browning.
Now, the innovative company has taken its jet suit into a new trade by trialing it for emergency medical use. Keep scrolling to see how:
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GNAAS approached Gravity Industries about nine months ago, Browning told Business Insider in an interview. The test flight was then conducted at the UK’s Lake District with the objective of trailing the possibilities of a jet suit-capable paramedic.
According to Gravity Industries, the jet suit trial location was around the area where the helicopter emergency services charity receives dozens of calls every month.
For the test, Browning flew from the bottom of a valley to a simulated victim site based on real …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Tech