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#M19INITIATIVE (MAKERS VS COVID19)

Makerspaces have traditionally been innovation hubs at the time of crisis for communities across the world. The reason – quick access to tools and equipment in order to prototype solutions “rapidly”. Maker’s Asylum is committed to the cause of contributing meaningfully to the #COVID19 pandemic! This page is dedicated to all our initiative to fight against coronavirus and in turn really hoping that the world goes back to normal soon. #makersgonnamake

#M19 Philosophy

Why India Needs Open Health?

How can we solve India’s oxygen problem?

M19 Initiative Projects

Activation of local communities to make 2900 M19 Oxygen Concentrator (with indigenously sourced parts) in cities, towns and villages in India and building capacity to manufacture & maintain locally and in a decentralised manner.

The M-19 initiative started with a thought of giving only 1000 M-19 shields to the frontline workers. However, in 49 days we were able to activate 42 cities, towns and villages through our open source design and give over 1 Million M-19 face shields through #theM19Collective.

M-19 ReBreather Smart Air Purifier with Replaceable Carbon activated HEPA Filters is an active respirator to help breathing comfortable inside an N-95 mask. Especially designed for senior citizens for comfortable breathing.

A low cost powered-air purifying respirator (PAPR) for use in reducing exposure to airborne particles. This PAPR is designed to provide constant filtered airflow to healthcare workers in high risk environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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What is M19 Collective?

M19 Collective is a collection of makerspaces, community organisations, foundations, industries, universities, researchers and individuals making a collaborative effort to foster open innovation and especially open hardware around the country using decentralised approach and knowledge sharing!

Other Opensource Projects

Here is the curated list of other open source projects fighting COVID19 for you to join and be part of in addition to the M19 Initiative. There is a beautiful open source community sharing knowledge and democratising open health everyday. Let’s make!

A prototype breathing device called reBreather, which can minimize the wastage of oxygen when a patient is put on assisted breathing with supplemental oxygen via O2 cylinders or centralised O2 supply in hospitals.

Bharat O2 is a social initiative to design and deploy oxygen concentrators that are simple, scalable, and built with locally available parts.

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An oxygen cylinder without a flowmeter is practically useless. An open-source flowmeter that can be indigenously manufactured to meet this demand.

IN THE NEWS

M-19 SHIELDS | MAKER’S ASYLUM

The M-19 initiative started with a thought of giving only 1000 M-19 shields to the frontline workers. However, in 49 days we were able to activate 42 cities, towns and villages through our open source design and give over 1 Million M-19 face shields through #theM19Collective.

M-19 O2 OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR #BANANASHURUKARO #MAKEININDIA

“IF YOU TEACH A PERSON HOW TO MAKE AN OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR, THEY WILL GO ON TO SAVE A VILLAGE!”

From Flying Wheelchairs to Smart Bands, DIY & Build Your Own Tech at This ‘Asylum’

“We make, we break, we create! Its a human thing!” says Vaibhav, whose Maker’s Asylum is building an army of innovators who think out-of-the-box. Forging a smarter and stronger India indeed! #Innovation

This ‘Asylum’ In Mumbai Is A Hub For Innovation

“Maker’s Asylum is called an asylum because it’s a madhouse where it allows people from different backgrounds to brew something completely new,” Vaibhav Chhabra, the startup’s founder, told BloombergQuint.

Making 1 Million Face Shields For India’s Healthcare Workers

Eager to help keep India's healthcare workers safe during the # COVID19 pandemic, Maker's Asylum Mumbai decided to take on the challenge of designing and manufacturing 1 million face shields. With the help of 23 other labs across India, here's how Vaibhav Chhabra and his team plan to rise to the challenge.