We are working a small and portable Ventilator and oxygen concentrator that we want to lend in return for voluntary donations to those that don't have access to any better treatment.
There are significant challenges with sending equipment to the developing world. Many of this equipment lands in so-called mechanical graveyards because it breaks and then nobody knows how to fix it.
Furthermore, it is critical that the equipment is processed as quickly as possible. We have come up with a system that will allow us to automate large parts of our ventilator management, so that we always know exactly where a device is and when it is supposed to arrive.
Herefore we want to build simple Apps for iOS and Android which will scan a QR/Bar code on the ventilator and change the status of it to track the whole journey from assembly to shipment, care, maintenance and repair and reshipment.
This app will send queries via the Salesforce API which is used under the hood to manage our ventilators.
We need two developers that can build a reliable application that can fulfil these features and is simple, smooth and intuitive to use. That is important because the use of it has to be quick and efficient to bring send these devices as quickly as possible to places in emergency situations and to local outbreaks in urban areas to support these places remotely.
Brigham Creek Rd 174, Hobsonville, Auckland 0618, NZ
Our mission is to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of the world's medical workforce fighting COVID-19
We are a non-profit organization building an infrastructure to develop, manufacture, distribute and operate remote-controlled ventilators and oxygen concentrators that will also gather high-resolution treatment data for scientific research and treatment optimization. Our equipment will be distributed on a "what you can pay" basis. Our Ventilator is different from other emergency Ventilators in that it will be controllable over the Internet, with the medical professional observing the patient over a phone camera, thus reducing viral load on the medical professionals at the front line, enabling those in stable countries to help and allowing one doctor to have an overview over many patients.
Our Ventilator is now in testing and we are finalizing fine air control. Parts cost for a single unit are 300$ but will drop in mass production and bulk ordering maybe even down to 200$.
Our roadmap consists of 4 Versions which can be deployed over the internet. It is envisaged that the Ventilator will be assembled by qualified volunteers, go through centralized quality control and then distributed to places of greatest needs on an international basis. Once enough funding is raised, a part of the workload will be outsourced to specialized companies.
Computers & Technology
Health & Medicine
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.