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Diseñador: Robert Nightingale

Diseñador: Toby McInnes

Sistema de distribución de producto: suministro por paracaídas

Refugio Sostenible de agua Construido con las comunidades dañadas por inundación de África sub-Saharan en mente, el refugio de agua es básicamente una tienda de alta tecnología que configura de modos ingeniosos para adaptarse a una amplia gama de condiciones. Esto puede unirse con otros refugios para formar una comunidad improvisada y puede ser ampliado con materiales en la zona disponibles, como la hierba y palos.

Bedu Equipo Rápido de emergencia El Equipo de Respuesta Bedu es un tambor lleno de elementos salvavidas duraderos. El barril puede ser usado para crear un refugio asta construido para refugiar a ocho adultos y hasta cinco años , este incluye un sistema de filtración de agua, medicina y equipos de supervivencia, una estufa de multi-combustible, un radio y una linterna de manivela de la mano con un paquete de batería fotovoltaico y una manta de célula tira.

El diseño proporciona el refugio en una 3 fase Estrategia: tránsito, transición y vuelta. Fase uno proporciona el refugio de la emergencia sobre Ruta a posiciones más salvas. Fase dos: de llegada el refugio de transición Aumentos de tamaño. Fase tres: el diseño ofrece un estructural Plantilla para alojamiento permanente sobre vuelta O la relocalización, que reflexiona el tradicional Diseño de arquitectura corriente.


Diseñador: James Dyson

Diseñador: Frederic Schwab


Diseñador: Seung-Hyun Yoon & Cheol-Yeon Ch


Diseñador: LIFESAVER


Diseñador: Ukseop Jeong & Hanna Son

Always Thirsty in the Ocean? So you’re lost in the ocean, right? You need a boat probably. You also need to get saved. But most importantly, you need water. What!? Yes. Do not drink that salty water. You will go insane. Instead, heed the Ocean Rescue -it’s bright orange and has the drinks you just gotta have.

Solar Capsules The Capsuli is a rechargeable solar powered LED emergency light kit that’s small enough to be stored while powerful enough to emit light from the palm of your hand. As small as it is, this thing is bright. Each capsule docks onto a pad embedded with solar cells. You activate the light by twisting the capsule. It’s just a concept for now so technical specifications aren’t available but the idea is sound. In fact, I think cities should be giving citizens basic emergency supply kits -

Seol-Hee Sohn, Seung-Hyun Yoon and Cheol-Yeon Cho save us from the deeps of the Titanic-ridden seas: It is a rescue device for emergency situation[s] in [the] ocean. Victims [of oceanic mishap] must drink water to survive. Ocean Rescue provides distilled water made by itself. It will help victims [lost at sea to] survive until rescue. Location information is important for victims to be rescued quickly. Ocean rescue informs its position by emitting light at night and colorful smoke [during the] day. Location information is transmitted [from the time it is first] operated.


Life Saver Bottle Traveling to developing nations and disaster zones just got a lot easier. The remarkable Life Saver bottle has an affordable, portable carbon filter that can block any virus larger than 15 nanometers. What's more, it can go through more than 1,500 gallons of water before the filter needs to be replaced. The bacteria and virus retention rate is 99.99 percent effective -- it's so thorough that it's even supposed to clean up (gulp) fecal matter. The bottle was inspired by the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina when visiting businessman Michael Pritchard found that thousands of survivors couldn't access clean water. The only drawback seems to be that it doesn't work in freezing temperatures.

diseñador: John Moriarity

As technology advances in practically every other aspect of human life, the tools for surviving nature and its disasters remain relatively primitive. Is a Leatherman the best we can do? The problem is that good gear needs to be practical, safe and portable which doesn't leave much room for robotic mountainclimbing exoskeletons. We've compiled the most promising and innovative solutions we could find to common survival problems. Some are just concepts and others are already available. We might not trust our lives with all of these designs, but at least they're a step in the right direction.

HONORABLE MENTION - H20ME by Ethan Przekaza (United States) Poverty is a serious problem that many people in every country around the world face, however it is also a problem that I don’t think can ever be completely resolved. This is a very unfortunate situation that thousands of people have to deal with and with help from the more fortunate people; their situations can be improved.



Universidad Autónoma de Colombia Diseño industrial Seminario de Grado - grupo 66 propuestas de diseño en D.C.N LEONARDO HERNÁNDEZ HERNÁNDEZ.


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