The Transient Response System is a Mobile Emergency Shelter
By: Michael Hines -
Published: Aug 26, 2010 Updated: Jul 28 2011 • References: evolo.us
The Transient Response System is a portable skyscraper designed to provide shelter for urban areas afflicted by natural disasters. This skyscraper is self-sustaining, generating power with its wind turbines and solar panels, and can be set up anywhere at any time.
The Transient Response System was designed by Adrian Ariosa and Doy Laufer. Their design is perfect for urban areas where space for tents and shelters is virtually non-existent.
Implications - Consumers can now stop worrying what will happen the next time disaster strikes. These mobile emergency shelters will allow people to feel safe no matter what Mother Nature throws at them.