Where do you bury the survivors?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 Under: Safety
Cars, boats, airplanes, busses and trains are often used for distance and convenience of transportation. What do we do in the event of an emergency or malfunction of device? Would it be too much to ask each passenger to be responsible for providing his or her own life jacket or parachute? Automobiles should no longer be the exception for endless airbag possibilities with regard to safety during transportation of any kind.

IDEA:

A helium air envelope that can deploy similar to an airbag when an airplane or helicopter is in distress. The "helium air envelope" is concealed and located atop the airplane or helicopter. It releases itself when signals from the aircraft indicate that it's engines are no longer able to operate and control the plane.  The aircraft cockpit is equipped with emergency controls necessary to to steer the "helium air envelope" down towards the ground to safety. The use of this type of device for air transportation and function closely resemble the "blimp" in terms of guiding the carrier to safety while in the air by providing controls ie. rudder, elevator and fin to steer the now deployed "helium air envelope". 

No need to bury the living, with a device that can assist in landing an air vehicle to safety would ultimately be of rescue to it's passengers when all else fails.

In : Safety 



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Where do you bury the survivors?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 Under: Safety
Cars, boats, airplanes, busses and trains are often used for distance and convenience of transportation. What do we do in the event of an emergency or malfunction of device? Would it be too much to ask each passenger to be responsible for providing his or her own life jacket or parachute? Automobiles should no longer be the exception for endless airbag possibilities with regard to safety during transportation of any kind.

IDEA:

A helium air envelope that can deploy similar to an airbag when an airplane or helicopter is in distress. The "helium air envelope" is concealed and located atop the airplane or helicopter. It releases itself when signals from the aircraft indicate that it's engines are no longer able to operate and control the plane.  The aircraft cockpit is equipped with emergency controls necessary to to steer the "helium air envelope" down towards the ground to safety. The use of this type of device for air transportation and function closely resemble the "blimp" in terms of guiding the carrier to safety while in the air by providing controls ie. rudder, elevator and fin to steer the now deployed "helium air envelope". 

No need to bury the living, with a device that can assist in landing an air vehicle to safety would ultimately be of rescue to it's passengers when all else fails.

In : Safety 



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Where do you bury the survivors?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 Under: Safety
Cars, boats, airplanes, busses and trains are often used for distance and convenience of transportation. What do we do in the event of an emergency or malfunction of device? Would it be too much to ask each passenger to be responsible for providing his or her own life jacket or parachute? Automobiles should no longer be the exception for endless airbag possibilities with regard to safety during transportation of any kind.

IDEA:

A helium air envelope that can deploy similar to an airbag when an airplane or helicopter is in distress. The "helium air envelope" is concealed and located atop the airplane or helicopter. It releases itself when signals from the aircraft indicate that it's engines are no longer able to operate and control the plane.  The aircraft cockpit is equipped with emergency controls necessary to to steer the "helium air envelope" down towards the ground to safety. The use of this type of device for air transportation and function closely resemble the "blimp" in terms of guiding the carrier to safety while in the air by providing controls ie. rudder, elevator and fin to steer the now deployed "helium air envelope". 

No need to bury the living, with a device that can assist in landing an air vehicle to safety would ultimately be of rescue to it's passengers when all else fails.

In : Safety 



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Where do you bury the survivors?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 Under: Safety
Cars, boats, airplanes, busses and trains are often used for distance and convenience of transportation. What do we do in the event of an emergency or malfunction of device? Would it be too much to ask each passenger to be responsible for providing his or her own life jacket or parachute? Automobiles should no longer be the exception for endless airbag possibilities with regard to safety during transportation of any kind.

IDEA:

A helium air envelope that can deploy similar to an airbag when an airplane or helicopter is in distress. The "helium air envelope" is concealed and located atop the airplane or helicopter. It releases itself when signals from the aircraft indicate that it's engines are no longer able to operate and control the plane.  The aircraft cockpit is equipped with emergency controls necessary to to steer the "helium air envelope" down towards the ground to safety. The use of this type of device for air transportation and function closely resemble the "blimp" in terms of guiding the carrier to safety while in the air by providing controls ie. rudder, elevator and fin to steer the now deployed "helium air envelope". 

No need to bury the living, with a device that can assist in landing an air vehicle to safety would ultimately be of rescue to it's passengers when all else fails.

In : Safety 



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Where do you bury the survivors?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 Under: Safety
Cars, boats, airplanes, busses and trains are often used for distance and convenience of transportation. What do we do in the event of an emergency or malfunction of device? Would it be too much to ask each passenger to be responsible for providing his or her own life jacket or parachute? Automobiles should no longer be the exception for endless airbag possibilities with regard to safety during transportation of any kind.

IDEA:

A helium air envelope that can deploy similar to an airbag when an airplane or helicopter is in distress. The "helium air envelope" is concealed and located atop the airplane or helicopter. It releases itself when signals from the aircraft indicate that it's engines are no longer able to operate and control the plane.  The aircraft cockpit is equipped with emergency controls necessary to to steer the "helium air envelope" down towards the ground to safety. The use of this type of device for air transportation and function closely resemble the "blimp" in terms of guiding the carrier to safety while in the air by providing controls ie. rudder, elevator and fin to steer the now deployed "helium air envelope". 

No need to bury the living, with a device that can assist in landing an air vehicle to safety would ultimately be of rescue to it's passengers when all else fails.

In : Safety 



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