The Impact of Innovation
Ever wonder what innovation could do for your emergency response time and capability? Over the years the shelter industry hasn’t changed much – UNTIL NOW! What's going to help the most? A faster shelter that 2 people can move and assemble? A shelter that floats in flooded conditions? One that can be delivered when the roads are closed? Arrives with included power, internet, and food in off-grid areas? Or one that provides refrigeration for your food and medications?
We are introducing new life-saving solutions from Life Cube, Inc. a shelter technology company with patents on several cutting-edge products. Life Cube was developed in collaboration with military and healthcare professionals, to be the ultimate shelter, where everything you need to survive comes in one box that 2 people can move and assemble within minutes. Life Cube was built for Red Cross requirements, recognized as highly innovative by the United Nations, and has achieved multiple US Army R&D Contracts.
Our passion for disaster preparedness and relief has resulted in a portfolio of Life Cube models all with a myriad of potential applications including Military, Disaster Response, Recreation, Construction, etc.
· Emergency Survival Cube
· Ice Cube (refrigerator/freezer)
· Hard Cube (housing)
· Mobile Cube (for trucks in development)
· Power Cube (solar generator in development)
All transform from box to shelter, DIY assembly, off-grid, portable, reusable, and designed for airdrop.
As you plan to improve your emergency response capabilities, you should explore how our innovations can support your goals. We would welcome the opportunity to learn more about your specific needs and share more about how the Life Cube portfolio of shelter solutions can address those needs. We look forward to hearing from you at firstname.lastname@example.org
“We simply had to innovate because the shelter industry was stuck in post WW2 designs. Now we have a full suite of inflatable and rigid-wall Cubes, floors that double as shipping containers and include storage space for provisions, rolling rails for portability, insulation from cold or heat, protection from water and rodents, buoyant for floods, off-grid power, infrastructure for snow load and high winds,… all in portable units that can be moved by 2 people.”
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