With the Reaction Housing System, you can now rest assured that in the event of any natural disaster -- be it an earthquake, a hurricane or a wildfire -- your family will be safe.
The Reaction Housing System is an emergency response system based on portable emergency housing units and accessories that can meet a family's needs -- or that of an entire population -- when disaster strikes. Called Exos, the housing units are climate-controlled, private living areas for individual families that have electrical power and can be configured in numerous ways to meet specific needs. In fact, a team of four can set up one Exo in less than 2 minutes!
The Exos comprise a base and an upper shell, can be stored and packed away and are transportable (a cargo truck can carry about 15 at a time). What's more, the Exos are recyclable and eco-friendly as they use LEDs and are PVC- and formaldehyde-free.
The Reaction Housing System Responds Quickly to Any Emergency
1. Portable Emergency Housing Units - There is a disruptive innovation opportunity in developing and improving portable emergency housing units that can be quickly deployed in response to natural disasters.
2. Climate-controlled Living Areas - Innovations in creating climate-controlled living areas in emergency shelters can provide more comfortable and safe environments for families during disasters.
3. Fast and Efficient Setup Systems - Developing fast and efficient setup systems for emergency shelters like the Reaction Housing System can greatly improve response times during emergencies.
1. Disaster Relief - The disaster relief industry can benefit from incorporating portable emergency housing units like the Reaction Housing System into their response strategies.
2. Construction - The construction industry can explore opportunities to design and manufacture climate-controlled living areas for emergency shelters.
3. Logistics and Transportation - The logistics and transportation industry can contribute to the efficient transportation and deployment of portable emergency housing units to disaster-stricken areas.