Big Rock Technologies

Big Rock Technologies’ smart-drone medical supply chain innovations provide distribution and allocation solutions for first responders, rural communities, and isolated individuals. We will safely and effectively deliver 100 lbs of supplies, medicine, and testing to remote areas, helping local populations by vastly reducing time, exposure, and costs of travelling to healthcare facilities for evaluation, diagnostics, and procurement of medication. These unmanned aerial vehicle technologies improve community safety, mitigate risk, and enhance emergency response.

Our unmanned aerial vehicles are utilized to carry payloads, perform deliveries, and operate cameras to assess and execute specific, highly focused operational tasks. Each smart-drone will be equipped with a revolutionary universal OS (Operating System) allowing the smart-drone to become a robust aerial platform with autonomous and supervised flight capability to run analytics while assisting in health data collection, viral test processing, and medical supply delivery tasks. 

An artificial intelligence powered module creates a sleek, power-efficient, GPU-accelerated, embedded intelligent system to process data from sensors for BLOS (beyond-line-of-sight) flight and unmanned navigation, as well as grappling hooks, payload carriers, refrigeration units, heat sensors and autonomous flight reconnaissance equipment. These technological advances allow municipalities and private organizations to develop customized applications specifically targeted to preventative services, with the ability to deliver products and services like food, equipment, and medicine before disaster strikes.

  • Flight Range:  50 miles, (BLOS)  
  • Flight Time : 3-5 hours  
  • Lifting Load : 50 Lbs
  • Environment: 4°- 120°F 
  • Plug and Play 
  • Boron Carbon 
  • Data Security 
  • Advanced GPS 
  • VR HD Camera
  • Autonomous Flight
  • Data Communication
  • Emergency Black Box
  • Hydrogen Cell Battery 
  • FAA/TC/IEEE Certified     

    We have partnered with Valqari in building fully autonomous no-touch two-way medical delivery networks utilizing drones. With autonomous point-to-point delivery, we can create sterile transportation networks that eliminate the community spread risks of COVID, unlike traditional testing processes and logistics networks. This would be a perfect compliment to current telehealth initiatives, while also providing a chain of custody for controlled medicines.

    Universal drone-ports allow for shelter, charging, servicing, distribution, and serve as the data collection hub for all aerial communication. These drone-port stations will be an eagle-nest perch, similar to the deck of an aircraft carrier, from which smart-drones take off, land, and transmit information. Drone-port platforms will be retrofitted to existing infrastructure along railway tracks and hydro lines, co-existing within abundant and affordable industrial centers.


    Valqari, Municipality of Sioux Lookout Economic Development, University of Lakehead, Free Form Fiber, JumpStart Wireless, and Ballard Power.


    Vicki Blanchard, EDM (CMSL), Tori J.E. Riley, VP (SEDC), Dr. Jeffrey Bonar (Co-creator of Javascript), Dr. Shay Harrison (Advanced Materials), Dr. Salimur Choudhury (Robotics AI), Dr. Margaret McKay (Logistics AI), Ryan Walsh BS (CEO of Valqari), Geoff Graves BSc (Logistics), Petra Davenport JD, Nancy McGlade, CPA, Nathan Brimmer MS (CIO), Adam Luaces BS (COO).