Assist in respiration
Our student team of the TU Delft has developed an easy producible emergency ventilator, the AIRone, that can be used when shortage occurs due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Update June 1st: The production has started and our design is open source available. The team of OperationAIR is currently finishing up.
Source: Nieuwsuur (Monday April 13th 2020)
The latest developments
We will keep you informed of the latest developments via our blog. Check archive for the complete overview.
Approximately two months ago our student team started with the goal to prevent potential shortages of ventilators that could occur in the Netherlands due to COVID-19. After design…
Last Wednesday (April 15th) we received a visit from a very special guest. The Prime Minister came to the university to see the AIRone. Due to the measures to control the spread o…
Last week has been all about testing and further development of the AIRone. On Friday, 3rd of April, medical professionals from the Leiden University Medical Center and the Erasmu…
OperationAIR is an initiative started by students MSc Technical Medicine. The study program of Technical Medicine was founded in 2014 by Delft University of Technology, in collaboration with Leiden University Medical Center and Erasmus Medical Center. The study program focuses on the gap between the worlds of engineering and medicine, as technologies applied within hospitals become more complex over time. Examples hereof are robotic surgery and decision support algorithms. Introduction and application of these technologies require a specialist with technical and medical insight. A Technical Physician operates in the clinic and partakes in patient care. From this position they focus on the implementation and application of new technologies to improve patient care.