VITAL was tested successfully on a human patient simulator. It has now been approved by the FDA for use in severe cases of COVID-19. NASA is now looking for partners to take on its manufacturing.
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Seeing the global spike in the demand for ventilators, Marco Mascorro built a low-cost ventilator using Raspberry Pi and easy-to-source components. Its testing will commence in Colombia.
Using off-the-shelf components like the F131 PC case as the chassis, the LIV is Maingear's emergency pulmonary ventilator manufactured at a quarter of the price of traditional ventilators.
Forecasting the risk of a global shortage of ventilators due to COVID-19, Tesla has released a video giving a behind the scenes peek into the design process for its first ventilator prototype.
Musk made the announcement through Twitter, stating that he wants the New York factory to open at the earliest so the ventilator production can be rapidly increased "to help the citizens of New York."