Disaster & Humanitarian
Sector Challenges and Activities
The main goal for those operating in this sector is to save life and re-establish essential life services as quickly as possible. To do so, one must balance getting into the possibly hazardous but certainly displaced and disrupted environment with the requirement for maximum speed of activity so that saving life and re-establishing order and basic services can be achieved as quickly as possible but with no extra casualties.
In such disaster and emergency events, we can provide a range of items that can be shipped quickly in a highly compact form, which are self-contained and can be quickly and reliably deployed, as well as being light and as robust as possible.
At the same time in the majority of cases the equipment will be transported by air, so our ability to pack things down into the smallest possible volume can make huge differences in the amount a single aircraft can carry. Whether just to reduce costs, or to provide large quantities of material for disaster and emergency situations, our technology can make the best possible use of the limited space available on air transport.
Beyond, because our technology is tough, it lends itself to both air-portable and air-drop deployment requirements, particularly of temporary structures into environments where they are needed rapidly and other transport options do not exist. When the situation has stabilised, equipment using our technology can also remain with no on-going maintenance requirements and no negative impact to what will be a precarious environment.