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SAFE ANGLE / Rescue chamber

SAFE ANGLE
SAFE ANGLE

SAFE ANGLE is a safety enclosure that is used to protect people, in the corner of the room during an earthquake. This chamber is resistant to earthquake debris as well as severe shocks. Also contains the necessary equipment to help the person to survive for up to 3 days in case of delay in arrival of the relief aids. This package includes a GPS beacon to send signal to rescue teams and help them to track the survivors in most efficient way. Iran is the tenth earthquake-prone country in the world, and according to studies, most buildings in Iran cannot withstand strong earthquakes, so I decided to give this concept to earthquake prone areas.

University

Iran University of Science and Tech

Iran University of Science and Tech
Tehran, Iran

mahdiyeh jafarnejad shahri,
Iran University of Science and Technology