The COVID-19 pandemic has brought together a team of engineers, scientists, doctors, businessmen and financiers from different countries, who are co-creating high tech solutions, such as the ResilientBreath ventilator, that will help combat the pandemics of the 21st century.
The founders of ResilientLife are located in Silicon Valley, Mexico and Colombia. 4 out of 7 are Alumni of Singularity University, 3 are Alumni of the Reality Program powered by the Schusterman Foundation and 2 are TEDxsters.
ResilientLife designs & engineers forefront open-source medical technologies to backup humankind’s fight against pandemics in the 21st century.
ResilientLife is founded in March 2020 by a global group of scientists and entrepreneurs to fight the most severe pandemic (COVID-19) that the world has ever faced with the power of forefront 21st-century technologies. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, ResilientLife is tirelessly working to democratize the access to cutting-edge medical-technologies (such as ventilators) in every part of the world.
ResilientLife founders first efforts aim to fight the COVID-19 pandemic by 1) developing ResilientBreath, a low-cost, open-source ventilator (done in March 2020), 2) making a prototype available for tests by May 2020, 3) conducting tests firstly in machines and secondly in humans by June 2020, 4) share an open-source, low-cost working model for humans by September 2020 and 5) value chain management to make the ventilators available in every part of the world.
COVID-19 is ResilientLife's most important fight, however, as thought leaders such as Bill Gates foresee, other possible pandemics may arise in the 21st century. ResilientLife is also founded to undertake the several challenges that will emerge in a future where pandemics will be a new normal.
To ensure the continuity and sustainability of its purpose, ResilientLife is working under 4 strategies:
Collaboration among the most talented people and the most respected institutions in the world in R&D, agile incubation and upgrade of open-source technologies to democratize low-cost access to very specialized medical devices.
A long term sustainability model that allows to collect donations in cash and in kind for research and development of open-source medical devices following state-of-the art standards in regards to ethics, transparency, efficiency and effectiveness. This model is reinforced by an income generation model through the manufacturing and distribution of the medical devices. A significant part of the profits will help to backup donations to continue designing the open source technologies to fight pandemics.
Implement a “global procurement” and “contract manufacturing” models to allow the value chain management and particularly of the assembly and distribution of the devices, seizing the approvals the devices will obtain from the regulatory organisms in each country.
Shared Purpose that creates a culture of real impact: Repair the World (tikkun olam) by fighting pandemics in the 21st century with forefront technologies.
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