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Joining forces to have ONE only ventilation machine freely reproducible worldwide

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Joining forces to have ONE only ventilation machine freely reproducible worldwide

Balli, Fabio ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4769-5810 (2020) Joining forces to have ONE only ventilation machine freely reproducible worldwide. Documentation. Zenodo.

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Official URL: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3740449

Abstract

Context
Many teams develop solutions to fight the coronavirus: 60 events in March, EU-wide event on April 24-26, etc.

Problems
・Lack of global coordination between people, projects, events.
・No sound way to rapidly assess projects and to get or produce them locally at minimal cost for people in need.

Example / first project
・Many people around the world die because they have no access to ventilation machines.
・Over 60 groups of volunteers are developing freely reproducible ventilation machines.

Goals
・Mutualize efforts across the world.
・Develop one example adaptable to achieve health for all – today, only one human in two has access to essential care.

Approach proposed
・Editable website and Office-style docs to ease contributions from everyone.
・Five steps to mutualize resources across the world.
・Three contracts to allow for large-scale participation without info overload.

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This approach was inspired by
・Emerging Change leadership/membership approach (Madeleine Laugeri)
・Sensorica governance model (Tiberius Brastaviceanu)
・Mikorizal Value Network Operational Software (Bob Haugen and Lynn Foster)
・Enspiral Loomio (co-decision) and Co-budget tools
・the experience of leading Breathing Games (with support from Yannick Gervais)
・the study of the commons at Concordia University (Marguerite Mendell)
・many other people met over the years

Thank you!

Divisions:Concordia University > Research Units > Hexagram - The Institute for Research/Creation in Media Arts and Technologies
Item Type:Monograph (Documentation)
Authors:Balli, Fabio
Date:5 April 2020
Digital Object Identifier (DOI):10.5281/zenodo.3740449
Keywords:ventilation machines, coronavirus (COVID-19), open-source ventilators, coronavirus hackathons, access to medical equipment, open-source medical supply, open hardware, open-source innovation, open collaboration, open access, health for all
ID Code:986654
Deposited By: Fabio Balli
Deposited On:08 Apr 2020 20:11
Last Modified:08 Apr 2020 20:11
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