In October 2016, Autonomous Mobility was established to create the mobility service of the future. holo was launched in the summer of 2019, as an end-user experience to move mobility forward, for good. holo aims to meet the individual’s need for freedom, whilst making the most of the seamless mobility service of collective movement in the cities.

holo is a mobility service, which introduces an entirely new way of moving. On a global scale, holo is unique in its field. No other operator has the experience holo has gained in self-driving technology, through operating pilot projects in mixed traffic, in Sweden, Norway and Finland. holo works within the field of autonomous mobility on land - and soon it’s taking to the skies as well. 


Falck A/S

Falck is a leading international provider of ambulance and healthcare services. For more than a century, Falck has worked with local and national governments to prevent accidents, diseases and emergency situations and to rescue and assist people in emergencies quickly and competently and to rehabilitate people after illness or injury. Falck operates in 31 countries and has more than 32,000 employees.



Unifly is a world leading software company with a solution for Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM). The platform integrates drones safely into the airspace, with focus on present regulations, airspace restrictions and other airspace users such as traditional aviation and drone traffic. HealthDrone gives Unifly an opportunity to create new innovative products within the transport sector.


Scandinavian Avionics A/S

Providing complete turn-key avionics solutions for civil and military aircraft, helicopters and drones: Sales, avionics maintenance (MRO), certification (STC), design/engineering, installation, product development, production, training and consultancy services. SA Group consists of 11 divisions worldwide. The SA Group approvals: EASA Part-145, FAA Part-145, TCCA Part-145, EASA Part-21J, EASA Part-21G, EASA Part-147 and DOT RIN N083. SA will provide certification, air safety and a collision avoidance, tracking and ID system.




Odense University Hospital and Svendborg Hospital (OUH)

As the third largest hospital center in Denmark, OUH is impacted by increasing logistics challenges. OUH intensively pursues innovation and research in innovative medical technology and has a strategy for drone technology adoption. In particular, OUH considers it advantageous to be first mover on implementing drone-based transportation, and in this project they will provide insights in clinical competencies on the selected use cases. OUH will serve as a demonstration hospital and also contribute with experience in health technology assessment.


University of Southern Denmark (SDU)

SDU collaborates closely with the surrounding society and has pointed out drones and welfare innovation as strategic research areas. The HealthDrone project is therefore a unique opportunity to forward/apply/bring out the research of the university to the benefit of society. SDU UAS Center provides project management, expertise in UAS technology and runs the UAS Denmark test center, where the health drones will be tested. Additionally the Centre for Integrative Innovation Management provides expertise in innovation performance evaluation