Here at AirVūz News we previously told you about EHang, an autonomous passenger drone. One medical company is now hoping to use that technology to save lives. Lung Biotechnology PBC, a pharmaceutical and lung transplant technology company, is purchasing 1,000 of the EHang 184 autonomous drones. The technology was unveiled in January at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The EHang drones will be used to transport human organs as part of Lung Biotechnology’s fleet of Manufactured Organ Transportation Helicopters, or MOTH for short. The drones will travel on a pre-programmed flight path to hospitals within a 10-mile radius of MOTH’s delivery stations. There are still many hurdles to overcome before organ transport via drones becomes a reality, including making sure EHang is in compliance with FAA regulations. The price of the autonomous drones could also be an issue, as they’re currently expected to cost between 200 to $300,000 dollars. If all of those hurdles are eventually cleared, however, organ deliver by drone could become the next big thing in the medical world.