Amazing Invention- This Drone Will Change Everything

Published 2023-03-18
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All Comments (21)
  • Mark Rober
    Nothing gets my blood pumping more than a clever engineering solution. If you want to develop the brain muscles to build your own clever engineering solutions every month with me, head to where you can get 2 boxes FREE.
  • Real Engineering
    Cool to see you talking about Zipline. We made a video about them years ago when they just had 1 depot in Rwanda. I knew they would be the future. Incredible company
  • Mark MarkW
    What is WRONG with our media? Why doesn't EVERYONE know about Zipline and their awesome (both from a technical and a humanitarian point of view) system, ?
    I haven't seen squat about them in Mechanical Engineering, Technology Review, or Discover magazines, much less mainstream media. They definitely deserve more coverage.
    Thanks so much for your coverage, as well as all your crazy/silly/fun projects.

    Continue to keep us smiling, Mark
  • Kate Phillips
    You made me cry with joy again, Mark Rober. I too, am an engineer, and have a medical background from my military service. Thanks for exposing me to what ZipLine is doing, their work in Rawanda is AmAzInG, and the capabilities of their designs are creative/important beyond measure. I appreciate your work immesly, and it inspires me as an engineer to do cool things...and thanks for being such a fantastic storyteller.
  • Me
    Mark, your enthusiasm is truly admirable, and it's remarkable how these guys were able to overcome their challenges and achieve something phenomenal.
  • William Miketon
    How can you not love this guy, so inspiring and encouraging while also getting very beneficial things done
  • Thank you Mark for this opportunity of zooming in on some incredible engineering I would never have known otherwise. You're doing a great service in sowing inspiration and passion.
  • Daniel Fernandez
    What a phenomenal company, and as always, amazing story. Thanks Mark!
  • Elwin Kikkert
    Thank you Mark for spending a video on a cool initiative like Zipline. It is so touching to see a different side of the world, full of talented people ACTUALLY trying to make difference. It brought me tears of joy and thankfulness watching this, knowing the difference that is being made in a country like Rwanda that I know via Compassion International.
  • Marky Mark
    Truly inspiring, uplifting and innovative.

    Great to see technology being deployed to help save lives, improve the environment through fuel savings and inspiring the next generation to help make the world a better place.

    Thanks for sharing Mark.
  • Om Saeed
    Zipline is soo underrated they need more attention. that should be provided all over the world !! thanks mark for talking about them :)
  • Christie Woods
    I know it's kind of nerdy, but this piece goes beyond the nerdy factor and brings me much joy on so many levels. Especially knowing it takes place in Rwanda, close to Kenya, where refugees could really use something like this to get the things they need to survive. Thank you Mark!
  • Mauricio Linge
    Mark, this is one of my favorite videos from you. So inspiring and so connecting! Thanks for showing what people are doing to create a positive impact :o mind blown big time!
  • Engineering-Life
    As a Rwandan, I am thrilled to see the progress my country is making through technology, and the impact that innovative companies like Zipline are having in developing countries. The revolutionary work of Zipline in providing medical supplies via drone technology is changing lives and improving access to healthcare in rural areas. I am grateful to see this highlighted in a video by Mark Rober, and I appreciate the attention it brings to the positive advancements happening in Rwanda.
  • You are such an inspiration to me, Mark! Thank you for always sharing super valuable content as always!
  • Jacob
    I met these folks at Maker's Faire SFO in 2019 before the short range drones were a thing. They were happy to explain all of this stuff to a random college kid and his little brother, and I'm thankful for that!
  • Cole Halpin
    Mark, this is a fascinating company. Thank you for sharing!

    I’m a relatively new engineer looking to work for a company with similar goals as Zipline. Specifically, an innovative company that is focused on finding solutions to real world problems (such as making medical deliveries to isolated communities). Do you know of any other companies similar to Zipline in this regard?
  • Dawn Day
    This is absolutely amazing! I love watching this type of clip! Great coverage, Mark!
  • JamozMyNamoz
    As a geography/history guy, I love learning about different cultures and ethnicities and Rwanda was a new one to me. Fascinating how so many cultures are so different and unique in their own awe-inspiring ways. This tech is also really awesome and I want to see it commonly used here in the US.
  • MangoVid
    Mark's new videos always bring interesting scientific and technical information