Omni-Guard Airbag Suit Concept by Asst. Prof. Yeo Kang Shua, Prof. Ying Fangtian, Seah Tat Leong, Wang Qi, Wang Yanan, Guo Xiaolin & Huang Yang

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On March 20, 2012
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Omni Guard Airbag Suit
Omni-Guard Airbag Suit Concept is an airbag suit that inflates rapidly when the wearer falls, cushioning their landing. All around the world, high-altitude workers tend to be involved in dropping accidents. Omni-Guard was designed to raise their particular odds of survival. Should a new worker slip from the edge of some scaffolding and slide, the Omni-Guard suit may detect that the falling acceleration rate is equal to gravitational acceleration. Then it is going to release compressed carbon dioxide from internal canisters. The CO2 gas may flow through four channels that spread for the back, arms, and thighs, inflating all of the suit’s airbags simultaneously (inside of one second). The particular airbags will be fully inflated before the worker lands around the ground. The airbags are manufactured of polyurethane-coated nylon fabric, making these people tear-resistant, light, and durable.

2012 Airbag Omni Guard Suit Concept Design
Design by Asst. Prof. Yeo Kang Shua, Prof. Ying Fangtian, Seah Tat Leong, Wang Qi, Wang Yanan, Guo Xiaolin & Huang Yang for red dot award

 

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