How to build a self-driving ambulance to take patients with a history of cardiac arrest and their families to hospital

Transportation is a very big deal in the United States, but many hospitals are struggling to find people who are ready to travel to a facility that is in the process of expanding and becoming more accessible.

To help address this need, a team of researchers is building a transportation network of self-flying vehicles called Horizon Transport.

This team is comprised of Dr. Thomas Boesch, a former NASA astronaut who worked on the Apollo Program; Dr. James F. Miller, who works at the University of California, Berkeley; and Dr. Matthew D. Schreiber, a professor of biomedical engineering and engineering technology at Johns Hopkins University.

The team is building the Horizon Transport project with the support of the National Science Foundation and the Department of Transportation.

The Horizon Transport network is designed to transport patients with heart disease and other medical conditions who require immediate transport to a hospital.

They are designed to be fully self-sufficient in the event of a major emergency and provide full and complete medical care, including transport to the hospital.

Horizon Transport has already been tested in the US, but the team is looking to expand to other countries.

In the US alone, more than 150,000 people have been transported to a treatment facility.

With the new vehicle, the team hopes to reach more people who may not have had the opportunity to travel directly to a trauma center or other medical facility.

Horizon Transport will also be used in countries like Germany, France, Spain, Italy and the UK.

According to a press release from the Horizon team, the vehicle will be fully autonomous and can travel at speeds of up to 300 miles per hour.

It is capable of carrying up to five patients at a time.

The entire transport system will be connected to a single computer that is programmed to be able to coordinate with other Horizon Transport vehicles.

The team is hoping that the system can provide quick access to critical health care needs.

“Our goal is to make Horizon Transport accessible for everyone,” Boesz said.

“We’re creating a transportation system that can be used for a variety of medical needs.

If patients don’t have to be transported to the trauma center, they can be transported anywhere in the world.”

To learn more about Horizon Transport and to find out how to get involved, visit the team’s website.

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