Ausley Associates Inc., uses UAS to Fight Infectious Diseases in Ghana

June 17, 2015

Story PhotoAt the Paris Air Show, Maryland Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford joined Paul Ausley, president of Ausley Associates Inc., and Gavin Brown, executive director of the Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association (MAMA), to announce that MAMA has selected Ausley as a partner in its Humanitarian Emergency Logistics Program (HELP), which provides routine and emergency medical care to the Republic of Ghana through a network of regional medical centers. Ausley will provide unmanned systems operations to distribute critical medical supplies in Ghana.

"This partnership is another example of how Maryland companies use their advanced technologies for the greater good," said Rutherford. "Founded in Maryland nearly 20 years ago to serve public, private, and government customers, Ausley's unmanned platforms will now provide much-needed medical assistance to disadvantaged communities halfway around the world."

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