Soldier carrying a Zipline package containing a first aid kit

Distributed Resupply for Every Operational Environment

Defense & Disaster Response + Zipline

On-Demand Delivery When You Need It Most

Complex environments like combat zones and disaster areas require the flexibility to deliver critical and lifesaving supplies to multiple sites simultaneously and just in time. With minimal risk to force, any sized unit will always have what they need when they need it.

  • Instantly 
    Deliver Lifesaving 
    Medical Supplies 
    Wherever Needed

    Zipline adds agility and responsiveness to your medical supply chain. Deliver blood and other medical supplies on demand directly to the point of injury and within the “golden hour” when medical intervention is most critical. For humanitarian assistance or disaster response missions, Zipline offers the capability to rapidly make hundreds of deliveries throughout the area of need, despite roads and pathways that may be damaged or impassable.

  • Eliminate Dangerous 
    and Unreliable 
    Resupply Missions

    Operational units and emergency responders require consistent supplies of materials to remain safe and effective in the field, but logistics missions are inefficient and put lives at risk. Zipline’s distributed logistics capability reduces risk to force and frees up scarce logistics resources by providing on-demand delivery for critical materials like radio batteries, small tools, or 3D-printed parts.

  • Create New Tactics

    From designing creative UAS maneuvers to flying critical payloads like communications relay devices, Zipline’s small, autonomous, low-signature platform provides endless opportunities for innovation, in both training and austere environments.

    Put our system in the hands of your team and be amazed by the possibilities.

Learn more about Zipline’s work with the 
U.S. Department of Defense in Australia.

Similarly, unmanned and autonomous systems will enable greater applications for hydrographic survey, reconnaissance, mine warfare, logistics support, deception, and warfighting…. Our future force development must include appropriate prioritization in these technologies.”

Commandant General David H. Berger, U.S. Marine Corps
38th Commandant’s Planning Guidance, 2019