Together, the two teams developed an updated version of a Land Rover Discovery SUV, which features a roof-mounted drone and a landing system that enables the drone to land on the vehicle while it's moving.
When airborne, the drone can transmit live footage to the Red Cross' emergency response teams, helping them respond more quickly and effectively to landslides, earthquakes, floods and avalanches, where maps often become redundant.
John Edwards, Land Rover's special operations managing director, described Project Hero as the "optimum combination of enhanced capability and innovative technology".
"We hope to help the Red Cross save lives in emergency situations," he said.
Project Hero, which was revealed during this year's Geneva Motor Show, will be based at the Austrian Red Cross training centre in Erzberg and in the mountainous area of Eisenerz in Vienna for 12 months from June 2017.
Here, the drones will be tested and used in simulated rescue operations to optimise the technology and make it suitable for complex real-life natural disaster scenarios.
In addition to the drone technology, the car will feature a sliding floor in the rear load space that can be deployed as additional, specially positioned LED lighting to aid night vision. It also has power supply points that accept multiple plugs from different regions.