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Industrial  plan

From the statistics of the World Health Organization and the Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Center, it is estimated that in the world there are about 73 million people who need a wheelchair, or about 1% of the world population: of these 20 million do not have access to devices for practicing therapy or sport.

The inflatable exoskeletal device must give the disabled person control of stiffness in the water and the right buoyancy for performance.

To obtain these strategic functions, very rigid and expensive materials are not required.

The materials used for the production of the device will be in common use, the same used for normal floating devices such as donuts and other toys.

The patented invention offers the possibility of industrialising the device at a low cost, obtaining the possibility of opening up to a very large user market.

For different uses that require tougher performances, we use materials such as carbon or kevlar, latest generation polymers or high tenacity fabrics, to obtain super rigid devices suitable for inflating at high pressure.

The design of the device is central to the patent.

Its ergonomics that follow the human body, leave joint movements free, giving rigidity only when required.

The industrial realization foresees a simple heat welding on two sheets of material which will form the inner tube of the device.

Like a simple floating sea mattress

No particular industrial technologies are required for its realization.

Companies capable of producing the device can easily be found on the market.

The simplicity of the shapes and the few materials required offer the industry a fast and economical processing.

The deflated device has a very small overall space and foresees very low storage costs.

THE EXOSKELETRIC RESCUE CELL is a complex device, maintaining the characteristics of using a few different materials, simple structural design, easy to make for industry.

Low construction technology, storage in a small space, light for transport, low industrialization cost.the use of the device could affect the production costs if used for military use or rescue in risky areas.

The materials used would be different from those used for the swimming exoskeleton.

The special conditions would require the use of more performing and rigid materials, puncture-proof and resistant to extreme conditions.

However, production costs do not foresee significant increases.


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