Aircraft rescue and supply capsules

For a better world,
to save lives.

Feindef

Finalist project in the Brockerage Innovation Awards
of the Feindef Foundation. November, 2021

Tech4secur

Tech 4 Secur Award for the best innovative technological project of the year. November, 2021

An innovative concept in aviation and aerospace, for a better world, to save lives

 PATENT APPLICATIONS:

"JOINT RESCUE AND REFUELLING CAPSULE SYSTEM APPLICABLE ON AIRCRAFT".

  • Rescue of passengers and crew of commercial or military aircraft.
  • Supply of all types of goods, transport of animals, supply of humanitarian aid and support for peacekeeping missions.
  • Rapid medical intervention, movement of medical personnel in capsules and the creation of a field hospital anywhere in the world.
  • Logistical support to troops on land or at sea.
  • Possibility to convert capsules into land, water or underwater vehicles.

Capsules can be transported by both manned and unmanned aircraft.

The aircraft with the device of this patent can be converted into a platform from which either a fleet of drones of any type, or even several manned aircraft, can be deployed.

In addition, each capsule can be used to transport robots, terrestrial or aquatic, so that they can be operational once the capsule is on land or at sea.

Another application of this device could be the extinguishing of fires (forest or any other type of fire).

The idea would be to replace the life-saving capsules with containers made of biodegradable materials containing an extinguishing liquid or even a liquefied gas to act as a firewall.

By falling directly on the fire, it would nullify the fire more effectively than is currently possible through the use of seaplanes and helicopters.

On the other hand, in the future, there could be inter-modal stations in various parts of the world, made up of a set of maritime stations, land stations (road or rail vehicles) and airports, between which these capsules would circulate. Between these stations there could also be rest areas.

The fact that small groups of people travel independently in the capsules will prevent the spread of diseases and viruses such as Covid.

 

Patents

(4//08/1995) Rescue capsule applicable on aircraft in general

(24/3/2010) Joint Rescue and Refuelling Capsule System for use on Aircraft

Rescue and Provisioning Caps applicable to aircraft

A practical and intelligent solution for the aeronautical and aerospace industries.

The concept in pictures

Plan of the interior of the aircraft fitted with the rescue and supply capsules. Side view.

Interior of the aircraft fitted with the rescue and supply capsules. Side view.

Plan of the interior of the aircraft fitted with the rescue and supply capsules. View from the rear of the aircraft

Interior of the aircraft fitted with the rescue and supply capsules. View from the rear of the aircraft

Plan of the interior of the aircraft fitted with the rescue and supply capsules. Side view

Interior of the aircraft fitted with the rescue and supply capsules. Side view.

Interior of the aircraft fitted with the capsule conveyor belt (or drag conveyor). View from the underside of the aircraft.

Interior of the aircraft fitted with the capsule conveyor belt, viewed from the underside of the aircraft.

Interior of the aircraft fitted with the capsule conveyor belt (or drag conveyor). View from the rear, (tail), of the aircraft.

Interior of the aircraft fitted with the capsule conveyor belt. View from the rear of the aircraft.

Tailgate opening

Tailgate opening.

Ejection of the capsules through the tailgate.

Ejection of the capsules through the tailgate.

Ejection of the capsules through the tailgate.

Ejection of the capsules through the tailgate.

Ejection of the capsules through the tailgate.

Ejection of the capsules through the tailgate.

View of the capsules with the parachutes already opened once they have been ejected from the aircraft.

View of the capsules with the parachutes already opened once they have been ejected from the aircraft.

Capsules on the sea surface once they have been ejected and in the case of a splashdown.

Capsules on the sea surface after ejection and in the event of a splashdown.

Exterior view of a capsule

Exterior view of a capsule, the entrance door and windows can be seen.

View of the side of a rescue capsule, the passenger seats inside can be seen through the windows.

Side view of a rescue capsule, the passenger seats inside can be seen through the windows.

View of the interior aisle between the passenger seats of an aircraft, with all capsules with their hatches open.

View of the interior aisle between the passenger seats of an aircraft, with all capsules with their hatches open.

Front view of a capsule with floats deployed after splashdown of the aircraft. You can see the detail of the engine propeller that would allow each capsule to move through the sea autonomously.

Front view of a capsule with floats deployed after splashdown of the aircraft. You can see the detail of the engine propeller that would allow each capsule to move through the sea autonomously.

Helicopters transporting the capsules.

Helicopters (drones could also be used), transporting the capsules, which, once recovered, would be placed in a safe place and joined together on a flat surface to form field hospitals wherever they are needed.

View of the exterior of an aircraft equipped with capsules to deal with any health emergency.

View of the exterior of an aircraft equipped with capsules to deal with health emergencies.

Front view of a capsule fitted with wheels for movement on dry land

Front view of a capsule fitted with wheels for movement on land. The capsules could also be fitted with traction chains, converting the capsule into a tracked vehicle.

Side view of a capsule equipped with hospital beds and an operating theatre.

Side view of a capsule equipped with hospital beds and an operating theatre.

Side view of a capsule equipped with hospital beds and an operating theatre.

In this sanitary variant of the capsules, medical personnel can travel to take care of people in need of medical assistance.

Our concept in less than 5 minutes

In the following video we detail the operation and applications of our patents.

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