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Oxygen For Patients

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Cancer, Sleep Apnea, Cystic Fibrosis, Chronic Asthma, Pneumonia or Heart Failure decrease one's ability to breathe. Without supplementary oxygen, patients may feel dizzy and unwell, and over long periods of time may be prone to falling.

We are developing a lightweight solution.

Credit: Asma Khaliq
Oxygen For Athletes

During peak levels of exhertion, recovery time can be significant. A portable oxygen solution assists performance.

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Oxygen For Racing

For drivers, every bit of horsepower matters. Fuel burns most optimally at mol ratio of 14 O2 to 1 fuel. Most engines run fuel defficient. An oxygen boost would provide a greatly desired replacement for a supercharger.

Oxygen For Aviation

Whether flying in a plane, glider or balloon, the FAA requires you to have supplementary oxygen at altitudes above 12500 ft. Oxygen tanks only last a limited amount of time, and require refills. A portable solution is favourable. Engine efficiency is also reduced at these altitudes, which would be improved with supplementary oxygen.

Oxygen For Underwater

Generating Oxygen underwater is a difficult task. Although not impossible, our technology could provide a continuous oxygen supply with particular power consumption advantages.

Oxygen For Mars

A future destination for mankind. It has the most challenging environmental conditions anyone has ever faced, but with all the basic resources needed to survive. Development of life support equipment needs to be done now to prepare us for the future.