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EDV-01 Japanese Post-Disaster House Can Spring Into Shape In Under Five Minutes

The Daiwa Lease, a giant of the construction industry of Japan, in recent days has presented EDV-01 protoype, a module housing for natural disasters.

The transport of these prefabricated units is via helicopter or truck and setup takes just 5 minutes. The project is very innovative and once activated ‘ EDV-01 (Disaster Emergency Vehicle) is completely autonomous for at least one month. The electricity needed is produced by solar panels on the roof. Hydrogen gas is produced through a system of electrolysis. The toilet does not require water and connectivity is provided via a satellite link.

Source: http://www.daiwalease.co.jp/edv-01/edv01_concept.html

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5 comments

  1. Bunker up!

  2. Armagedon is a billion dollar/year industry.

  3. how much for one?

  4. did they have these during the last earthquake?

  5. These things are becoming very popular as shipping container setups.

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