Emergency Respiratory Ventilator Systems for the World

The Field Ventilator Project

Engineered to Work Any Time, Any Place, Anywhere 24/7

Backed by Clinical & Engineering Excellence

A project to provide affordable, reliable manual and automated respiratory  Field Ventilation to support victims of Covid-19, SARS, Asthma, Emphysema, Pneumonia and similar respiratory Diseases, the many innocent casualties of war and violence, plus women during childbirth in the Remote & Resource-Stressed Parts of our World

Backed by Clinical & Engineering Excellence

Engineered to Work Any Time, Any Place, Anywhere 24/7

Backed by Clinical & Engineering Excellence

Our team includes a number of globally renowned healthcare Clinicians and Engineers who have charitably supported the cause and played a leading role in the creation of the Field Ventilator project.

Engineered to Work Any Time, Any Place, Anywhere 24/7

Engineered to Work Any Time, Any Place, Anywhere 24/7

Engineered to Work Any Time, Any Place, Anywhere 24/7

Designed for use in the Field but equally at home in the Town, Village or City, the Field Ventilator can be powered by humans or from a 12V car or truck battery that is simply charged from a solar panel, electrical generator or a wind turbine. 

 

Watch the Field Ventilator in Action

The MKIb prototype in operation along with our low cost pressure monitor

Our Supporters Include

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The Worshipful Company of Engineers

The Worshipful Company of Engineers

The Worshipful Company of Engineers

Members of the City of London Livery Company are Proud to Support the Field Ventilator Programme and its Aims

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Global Disability Innovation Hub

The Worshipful Company of Engineers

The Worshipful Company of Engineers

Supporting Disability Innovation for a Fairer World is why we Support and Work with the Field Ventilator Programme 

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Staffordshire University

University College London

University College London

Working with the close support of the Centre for Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Technologies at Staffordshire University

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University College London

University College London

University College London

One of the Founding Partners of the Field Ventilator Project, University College London is the oldest and largest college of the University of London