Longreach Buoyancy Deployment System

2010-10-06
Rescue bazooka
An Australian entry in the international 2010 James Dyson Award, 'LONGREACH Buoyancy Deployment System' is a concept from university student Samuel Adeloju which provides a man-portable system for rapid conveyance of temporary, water-activated buoyancy devices to a drowning victims location. Constructed from hydrophobic or rapidly expanding foam, it is designed to allow a victim to remain buoyant while rescue personnel prepare the appropriate response to the situation.





For more information on this concept and other inspiring innovations in the James Dyson Award, please visit www.jamesdysonaward.com

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