A system that combines Uber’s efficiency with the need to respond to medical emergencies.
Cannes Future Lions // Winner
Clio Awards // Silver
ADCI Awards // Gold
New York Festival // Bronze
3 minutes vs 7 minutes
In large cities, the average response time for emergency services is more than seven minutes – which can be the difference between life and death. With the rapid growth of Uber fleets in major cities, Uber cars can arrive at a person's location in about three minutes.
This program would provide Uber drivers with certified first aid training and equip them with lifesaving first aid kits. When 911 receives a medical emergency, the closest Uber car is notified. Once at the scene, the driver can provide first aid until the ambulance arrives.