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Anisotropy / Rescue at sea

Anisotropy
Anisotropy

Anisotropy is a jet-ski for sea rescue. The model combines 2 jet-ski models currently available and transforms it into an effective seat-less model with enough space for a stretcher.

The exterior consists of water repellent materials, rubber grip on handles and platform and grip tape for firm footing.

The stretcher is designed in such a way to float and easily transport an injured casualty from the water. The holes allow for the stretcher to be pushed down underneath the casualty and then slide back on the jet-ski while the excess water drains out.

University

IED Barcelona

IED Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain