An exciting inside story by the OperationAIR student team that collaborated with Leiden University Medical Center and Erasmus Medical Center to develop an emergency ventilator for the Corona crisis.

Add to Google Calendar or download iCal

On 26 May, RoboValley will host a very first edition of our new online meeting format, RoboCafé Online, focusing on personal stories straight from the cutting edge of robotics development. This time, our main topic is the story OperationAIR, the non-profit student team of the TU Delft that has developed an easy producible emergency ventilator, called AIRone.

They will perform a live demo of their solution, showing you how victims of the corona virus are treated with this ventilator during hospitalisation. Its name AIRone already hints at its main function; it helps patients breathe by pumping extra oxygen in their weakened lungs.

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte visiting the OperationAIR team last April (photo credit: Nia Palli)

Interested in joining and knowing more? RoboCafé Online streams live from the faculty of Mechanical Engineering on the TU Delft Campus. As a 30 minute hosted Zoom call with one innovator and room for questions, the event creates an informal get-together for all of us interested in robotics, AI and people-machine collaboration.

Save the date for this edition!

Add to Google Calendar or download iCal

16:00 – 16:30