Bracelet Helper for Emergency Situations

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Unfortunately, there are many airplane crashes in the world every year.

From its inception, the main goal of aviation is flight safety and preservation of passenger life. I decided to connect my life with aviation, that’s why I became a cadet of Belarusian State Academy of Aviation, and I want to make the contribution to the development of this industry.

Everyone knows that the main value in life – is life itself. For this reason, I decided to connect my proposal with the safety of flights.

The subject of this project is a bracelet, which is put on the passenger's hand during check-in and removed at the end of the flight. To prevent unforeseen situations the bracelet is fastened that the passenger cannot remove it during the flight.

This bracelet works from the heat of the human’s body, but has an emergency battery, which begins to operate when it is impossible to work from the heat of the person. This characteristic helps to determine the exact number of surviving passengers after the crash. In addition, this bracelet is waterproof in case of falling into the water.

This bracelet displays the passenger's pulse, which helps speed up the search for survivors or save the life of a passenger who collapsed (get sick) on board because some diseases do not have evident symptoms.

This bracelet has the function of sending a SOS signal, which is important in emergency situations and could be helpful in situations of the missing aircraft search, as it was in the situation with Boeing-777, Malaysia Airlines.

After landing these bracelets are handed over by passengers and transferred to the next flight, where they perform similar functions.

This device could be produced by various companies, for example, both aviation and mobile. These companies can be from Boeing to Apple.

This device can be used absolutely at all airports of the world, which is extremely convenient!


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  • Name:
    Olga Kaltsevich
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  • Olga is inspired by:
    I am a student of Belarusian State Aviation Academy, and I know, that aviation - is a my dream, my life. And I want to do all that I can for aviation.
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