Critical Medical Unit Alternative Power Solution
What happens when a natural disaster strikes a critical structure like a hospital? Much confusion, panic, and a lot of commotion. There is a good chance that during a mayor natural disaster ICU’s and CTU’s can become critical points of power management. Ventilators, life support systems, dialysis machines and incubators, are just a few of the medical technologies that could be affected during an emergency.
Is a two-part energy dispersal system that can add precious hours to a patient who is in need of specialized medical machinery or emergency first response. The first part is the compact cell container ( think dimensions of a 32 oz soft drink ) and a rechargeable mechanism. Features include a wall plug, replacement parts, and a structural battery.
Project start date: 02/13/2014
Project Site: Dominican Republic
How do we plan on making our idea scalable?
Using non-lithium-based cells to supply energy to the core. In all reality, this is not even a new invention but a suitable adaptability to a proven tech, that can now be used as an alternate power supply for hospitals and homes.
The current level of development
– Proof of Concept