Open-Source solutions to fight
the Coronavirus pandemic
Making the world a safer place.
Get to know our mission!
Ventilaid – our breathing device is public on open-source license!
After a much longer time than we have ever planned
Ventilaid – urządzenie oddechowe naszego autorstwa udostępniamy na licencji open source!
Po czasie zdecydowanie dłuższym niż planowaliśmy w dniu jutrzejszym tj.
Społeczeństwa w obliczu COVID-19
We wrześniu Szymon Chrupczalski wziął w imieniu projektu Ventilaid udział
What we wish to resolve
We are facing a serious threat due to COVID19. Most of the countries are suffering severe shortage of medical equipment, that cannot be produced and delivered in a short time. Ventilators are essential to keep breathing when faced with the complications of COVID19. See the information below if you want to become part of the solution.
VentilAid is a last resort device, applicable only when all other professional equipment is unavailable!
Who are we
What drives us
We are a group of engineers and designers who constantly develop and share to the public the VentilAid Project! An open source ventilator, that can be made anywhere locally with a 3D printer and very basic parts. Ventilators are essential to keep breathing when faced with the complications of COVID19.
We believe COVID19 pandemic will pass with minimized harm to mankind thanks to proper use of technology and solidarity in sharing knowledge.
How did it start
What happened so far
Mateusz Janowski together with the Urbicum team: Szymon Bacher, Szymon Chrupczalski, Jan Pawlik, and Maciej Żarnowski, prepared a rough prototype of a simple and printable respirator of last resort.
Szymon Chrupczalski contacts Miłosz Lodowski from MxM Production House and informs him about the emerging solution and existing prototype. So, shortly after, the idea of a global outreach campaign is born…