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A Singular Mission:

Saving Lives

We’re building the world’s

first-ever autonomy-enabled

Emergency Response Flyer.

And we want you to join us

Imagine a world where every first responder has life-saving aerial capability enabled by compact size and autonomous operations.


With support from Boeing, NASA, and RTX, our work will make emergency response aircraft accessible to all.

In An Emergency,
Every Second Counts

The difference between triumph and tragedy in emergency rescue often rests on our ability to move towards the danger, not away.


That’s why we’re building a new high-tech aircraft that will help emergency response teams reach people, places, and crises faster and easier than ever before.

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The Challenge:

The State of Emergency is Changing.

The State of Emergency Response is Not.

Emergency responders face significant challenges getting people, supplies, and medical teams in and out of hazardous situations.


Gridlocked traffic, narrow streets, forest fires, thick brush, and vast rivers and mountain ranges create obstacles to swift and effective response efforts and can leave communities vulnerable during times of need.

Health Crises

In the U.S. alone, nearly 4.5 million people live in "ambulance deserts". In a medical emergency, they may have to wait 25 minutes or more for an emergency crew to arrive.


Natural Disasters and Climate Change

In 2022, there were more than 380 natural disasters worldwide — affecting 185 million people and resulting in the loss of over 30,000 lives.


These extreme weather patterns and climate events have skyrocketed in the past half-century, while our response capabilities have remained stagnant.

There is a Gap between What Aircraft Can Do and What First Responders Need.

Since helicopters can’t fly to all places or reach those in tight quarters, helicopter rescues can be very difficult or impossible to complete. Add in the high cost of acquisition and operation and couple that with a pilot shortage, and helicopter rescue response is often inaccessible to many when they need it most.   


Drone Over the Mountains

In search and rescue, drones can complete the search portion of the mission, but not the rescue.


The Answer:
Create the World’s First Compact, Autonomy-Enabled Rescue Aircraft that is Safe and Simple to Fly.

Today’s technology enables simpler, smaller, more reliable, and more versatile aerospace solutions.


Advancements in obstacle sense and avoid technologies combined with state estimation and behavior management algorithms have enabled reliable autonomy.


Electrification has enabled simplified, efficient power and novel airframe designs. With significantly fewer parts, these aircraft can require less maintenance. Plus, electric aircraft are quick to fly—cutting down critical emergency response time.

Now is the Time:

We have the Resources.

We Just Need The Resourceful.

Your talent and unique vision will help us create the breakthrough emergency response solution we desperately need today.


Join GoAERO and start saving lives now.


“NASA has a long history of trailblazing new technologies that improve daily life and support disaster response. GoAERO shares in our vision that aviation can be harnessed to explore, discover and build a better future for humanity.”

Bob Pearce

Associate Administrator, Aeronautics Research Mission, NASA ARMD


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