PODs For People - Snapshots of ECOADUNA Activity Worldwide Services 09oct2012

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PODs For People - Snapshots of ECOADUNA Activity Worldwide Services 09oct2012

  1. 1. OVERTURE & SUGGESTION At present (10/2012) primarily involving people and organizations in: (providers) USA, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Russia (recipients) Japan, Turkey (re: Syria), Kenya, Afghanistan, LiberiaLet’s takes 15 minutes this week when Roseanne Cash is in Richmond fora concert to all sit down and get her and others engaged to LINK TOGETHER Your circle, Our circle, Her circle,and from this 15 minutes, then some very specific people & groups like:James Wolfensohn, Richard Branson, Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, JuliaRoberts, Faith Hill & Tim McGraw, ChurchWorldService, Rich Koca, BruceRich, Deloitte-Japan, Elon Musk, Madonna, UNHCR, Medicine for Humanity,Paul Allen, Stephan Schmidheiny, Brizio Biozza-Morra, Frank Pearl, SharoukVehabzedah, and a few more! And GET Good Things Going 1 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
  2. 2. These are simply some collected images and text for what we areengaged in with a number of other people and organizations worldwide * Medical and environmental restoration and rejuvenation focused upon refugees and disaster-relief with long-term community microeconomic sustenance* At present (10/2012) primarily involving people and organizations in:(providers) USA, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Russia(recipients) Japan, Turkey (re: Syria), Kenya, Afghanistan, LiberiaThis is not just about technology serving to solve technical problems. Thisis about a “synergy-synthesis” plan that can accomplish a great deal“more” with “less” and in a way such that some critical global problems areaddressed and solved in a better way, through this project as an example,than in the way that most governments, NGOs, and consortia are workingon these problems presently. 2 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
  3. 3. Tohoku Sori An Ecosymbiotic Project for Ecological, Economic and Social RejuvenationONE TARGET AREA OF SERVICEFukushima Precture, Tohoku Region,Japan 3
  4. 4. Note: This file is mainly based upon earlier work with different PODs(EcOasis POD, CyberPOD family) and there is much reference,direct and indirect, to products in the TetraDyn repertoire(see http://tetradyn.com).This is not for open-distribution public release.This stems from Version 1 from Martin D, 28.Sept.2012 Note! This presentation has been assembled rapidly by only one person. There is not enough time to give it “corporate professional style”. Information content is more important than “flash” 4 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. I. Primary FocusImmediate socioeconomic needs of people in affected communities,and to preserve continuity of culture, lifestyle, economics, and not tohave people simply displaced, shunted-off, forgotten, etc.Concentration upon turning the Need into the Opportunity by makingthe Actual Reconstruction of mainly medical, health-social-care,education and exportable production (agri/consumer areas mainly)into a sustainable revenue-generating Operation.How? 5 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
  6. 6. I. (cont.)How?(a) POD manufacture for many necessary purposes, including forexport from Japan to other areas (e.g., eastern Turkey (Syrianrefugee camps), most of Africa, other regions and “hot spots” hit bynatural disasters or conflicts).(b) Implementation on a grassroots-scale to begin, and then rampingup in scale/scope, of an Integrated System for Environmental,Ecological, and Community Therapeutics of the effects frommassive and long-term radiation contamination, which also entails:(b.1) Production and future export of the technology (“hard” and“soft”) and methods/services for such, &(b.2) Planned, organized, systematic demonstration to the GlobalMarket that what is coming from Tohoku Region (and indeed, all ofJapan) in food and other consumable products is healthy and safeand indeed of higher quality than competitive products from othersources. 6 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
  7. 7. I. (cont.)Some examples(a) PODs in general(b) MedAtrium – a modular, mobile, reconfigrable Hospital/Clinic(c) Other devices and software that can be employed today andwith low cost(d) The “organic” approach to construction and production ofproducts including structures and their components (e.g., PODelements). Literally, this is like the proverbial “intelligent machine that buildsmore of itself” (von Neumann, Birkoff, et al). Some initial POD-basedclusters, facilities for manufacture, assembly, and other production, thenproduce the parts for more of the same, and these are for consumer use andfor export. [Metaphor – it is as if one said, we will build a greenhouse and foodprocessing plant and textile factory, but we will first plant certain trees and crops andwe will build our factory out of these first-gen crops…](e) The central role of Clean Food production (as with the modular,advanced-tech Hydroponic Vegetable Production Plants 7 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
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  11. 11. II. “Synergy/Symbiosis” FocusUsing the situation of the Tohoku Crisis and Needs, coupled with thereality of severe, deepening crises in other regions of the world, toturn all of this into a sustainable economic network that enablespeoples in these different regions to literally be part of an Economy that Serves Disaster and Risk CommunitiesDriven by the people in those communities working and producingthings that are needed worldwide (and not only for such communitiesthemselves but for countries/regions that (so far) are not severelyimpacted by natural, accidental or intentional emergencies, disastersand chronic major problems.(another way of expressing this) Produce the things needed today to fix thesituation locally, but in a manner that can yield economic growth (jobs,revenues, profits, and a satisfied community) by exporting those same thingsto other parts of the world.How? 11 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
  12. 12. II. (cont.)This is How!Expansion of the “ecosymbiotics” principle at work:Need (Demand):Structures (houses, shops, schoolrooms, offices, garages, small factories, etc.) + sensible andbetter (“22nd cent. tech” that is proven, validated and commercially available Today, 2012)Consumer-grade “CBRN” sampling, sensing, monitoring and decontamination, protection, &neutralization products and techniques (multiple ones – again: all proven, works now,economical, easy)Consumer-grade energy products – solar (including photovoltaic polymer surface coatings(visible/IR spectra), very novel and practical fuel cells, multi-fuel (including clean waste-combustion!) external combustion, and much more (‘cottage industry” production, too)CLEAN GREEN “CBR”-free FOOD PRODUCTION – Hydroponics for vegetables and fruitsTraditional, regular, everyday products (regionally-sensible)Where?Not only in Japan tsunami & radiation affected areas!Turkey (Kilis camps), most of Africa, a large part of South America and South Asia, much of theMiddle East, all climate-change affected regions, and even all over the USA and parts of EUnow (impacts from both Nature, conflict and Econ-Depression) 12 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
  13. 13. II. (cont.)Production (Supply):Intelligent, capable, strong, resilient PEOPLE – starting in Tohoku Region and also in Eastand West Africa and the Middle East. This means not only the “usual” working populationbut all those who want to work and can do something – even student-age, elder-age, andmuch can be telecommuting.THIS INCLUDES GIVING KIDS (teens) THE OPPORTUNITUY TO WORK – THEY WANTTO DO SO! And in the process, they receive their On-The-Job Best-PossibleEDUCATIONHydroponic agriculture especially is perfect for children and youth. Also solar panel anddevice assembly. And everything to do with Computing and the Internet.This may seem to be impossible, impractical, unfeasible or even ludicrous, but it candefinitely be done this way and the studies, and testament by others, will back up thisapproach and this plan.Do you want the Alternatives? This is what we as a Planet areProducing Instead by not doing what is described herein 13 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
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  15. 15. II. (cont.)Supplies, Logistics, Transport, and the Real Markets:This is Not like manufacturing automobiles or airplanes. Unbelievably, some of thecomponents for packaging and shipping other commodity goods (e.g., food produce, fish,sake, electronics, textiles) – even from other regions of Japan and neighboring producersin the East Asian Region, can actually be parts of the PODs and certain energy/powerproducts that instead of becoming trash and waste, or being shipped back somewhere atgreat expense, Can Actually Be Parts and Wholes of Other Export Products!!!History gives many examples but here is one simple one: Consider how sailing ships (e.g.,“clippers”) would sail back to the Americas or Asia with cut-stone as ballast weight, andthen these stone blocks were used in cities (e.g., Baltimore, Boston, New York) to buildhouses! Why have we in the 21st century forgotten, it seems , HOW TO BE EFFICIENT? 15 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
  16. 16. Images that are principally about CyberPODs 16
  17. 17. Five basic types (classes, species) of PODs (slide 1 of 2) ROC CPOD – Container-basedTPOD – Trailer-based 17 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  18. 18. Five basic types (classes, species) of PODs (slide 2 of 2) RPOD APOD 18 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  19. 19. More on Other-Type PODs – remarks on inter-type combinations (1) For any POD types, they can be combined, like LEGO blocks, with each other, with some connector-canopies and connector-shafts (mostly from flexible roll-up, roll-out material, tent-like even, but also, not just TPOD with TPOD and CPOD with CPOD, but TPOD with CPOD, or CPOD with APOD, or TPOD with ROC, or ROC with APOD or CPOD – all the combination types, basically The most common multi-POD assemblies will be based upon CPOD, ROC and RPOD designs. They can literally “grow” into larger complexes. 19 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  20. 20. More on RPODs in particular – open-ended design, simple common-core elements (1)Think about these two drawings and the typeof living/working structure they depict or candepict..Now think of how to make all sorts of suchRPOD structures from very fundamentalbuilding blocks that are panels which can becombined “any-which-way” as parts offloors, walls, ceilings - and - here is a keypoint - there are only a small number ofbasic panels, and you can use them for anysection of the POD that you want! It doesn’tmatter. Why? Because each panel has somesubsection that can be removed and replacedwith another same-size, same-fit subsection –and that subsection can be for a door, awindow, an inter-room opening, or for anappliance-fixture, or for an interface forelectrical, plumbing, or HVAC.Picture that you are building apartmentmodules out of LEGO-like panels that snaptogether, and with some of them you aregoing to snap-out some subsection andreplace it with another. 20 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  21. 21. More on RPODs in particular – simple panels, any combination (2) What we want to show is a kind of “exploded view” – like in those IKEA modular furniture assembly instruction manuals – of how different panels like these get put together as building blocks into making one complete RPod that is then used as residence, office, lab, or whatever. So we need to convey the sense to the viewer of how the different sized sections make up a complete “volume” and also how different subsection panels get replaced with other functional subsections (e.g., doors, windows, and utility- access panels) 21 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  22. 22. More on RPODs in particular and the panel types (3) Elementary, basic Panel. This can be floor, wall or ceiling So, the idea is simple - these below and others like them can be made out of the basic building block panels above. Four subsections replaced with door, window and utility connectors Four subsections replaced with windows and utility connectors 22 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  23. 23. An EROC-based POD is typically 1, 2, 3, 4, or more standard EROC Pods of thisgeometry 23 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
  24. 24. More on ROC PODs – combinable in three dimensions, any assembly pattern (3) Goal: see how multiple ROC PODs can be combined with one another, similar to these initial rough drawings 24 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  25. 25. What typically goes inside different CyberPODs – allcomponents are inserted, locked in place for transit, andremovable for use in other PODs including of different types(TPOD, CPOD, APOD, ROC, RPOD) 25 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  26. 26. Typical layout in a TPOD or CPOD – note “80x20” or similar hardwarewill be employed for construction of fixed and mobile racks, sliders,shelving, and retainer structures 26 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  27. 27. Some instruments that will be on-board components of different POD types, depending on the general application (e.g.,energy/environment, public health/infectious disease testing, emergency/disaster response) Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending Patents Pending 27 27
  28. 28. Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending Patents Pending 28Emergency-Disaster Response (EDR, EcOasisPod)
  29. 29. Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending Patents Pending 29Health (Community Rapid Response for Infectious Disease Outbreaks) (CRAIDO)
  30. 30. Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending Patents Pending 30Environmental Health/Safety - remote-plant Site (ENEX, EcoPOD)
  31. 31. Data that is principally about CyberMODs 31
  32. 32. Examples of pathogens processed by lab-on-chip with CyberMOD (2)(IN ONE TEST)Detects, Differentiates and Identifies:Influenza A: H1, H3, H5, H7, H9 with subtype ID’s of H1N1, H3N2, H5N1 and H9N2 and Influenza B(IN ONE TEST)Salmonella enterica (Typhi) Escherichia coli O157:H7 Serratia marcescensStaphylococcus aureus (MRSA252) Listeria monocytogenes Vibrio choleraeShigella dysenteriae Norwalk virus RotavirusCampylobacter jejuni Clostridium botulinum Yersinia entericaBacillus cereus(IN ONE TEST)Staphylococcal enterotoxin B Ricin (plant toxin from the castor bean)Botulinum toxins (Clostridium botulinum)Mycotoxins filamentous fungi (Fusarium, Myrotecium, Cephalosporium, Trichoderma, Verticimonosporium, Stachybotrys species)(IN ONE TEST)Malaria Dengue Chikungunya Rift Valley West Nile JE EV71SARS Yellow Fever TB Typhoid Fever(IN ONE TESTDetects, Differentiates and Identifies:Anthrax, Small Pox, Plague and Tularemia 32 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  33. 33. Typical configurations and assemblies of CyberMODs (3 of 3) This is an attempt to show how common and familiar devices and geometries can be combined within CyberMODs. 33 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  34. 34. Examples of integratable existing CEBIT sensor elements into CyberMOD Bioluminometer can be adapted to CyberMOD with a card and later miniaturized Fast-luminescence (< 20-sec.) testers can be integrated w CyberMOD electronically or via standard camera on smartphones and other mod card units Calixene-based detector (biomolecules, heavy metals)MEMS microfluidic chip Optical waveguide interferometer chipset 34 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  35. 35. Bigger structures built out of PODs – here & next slide - some “theme” imagesImagine – and try to create mentally – images where such a cluster is made out of virtually anycombination of the five fundamental POD types (note interesting point on the last slide)For some inspiration, check out here:(Google image search on “modular pods village cluster community”)https://www.google.com/search?tbm=isch&hl=en&source=hp&biw=1045&bih=623&q=podular+pod+village+cluster+community&gbv=2&oq=podular+pod+village+cluster+community&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_l=img.3...5453.14544.0.14982.39.9.0.27.0.0.213.1073.3j5j1.9.0...0.0.JN0vSpZOoFg#hl=en&gbv=2&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=modular+pods+village+cluster+community&oq=modular+pods+village+cluster+community&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_l=img.3...206683.211553.0.214130.3.3.0.0.0.0.597.790.2j5-1.3.0...0.0.BavZ0wKDz0Y&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=72147a2722cd4c30&biw=1045&bih=623 35 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  36. 36. More “theme” images (also Google-image-search on “modular village (pod OR dome OR cube)” 36 Copyright © 2012 TETRADYN Ltd. All Rights Reserved Patents Pending
  37. 37. MedAtrium – one slide here, but the basis for a majordiscussion and operation that serves many needs very sensibly 37 Copyright ©2008 TETRADYN, LLC
  38. 38. H H2 A1 H1 A B1MedAtrium G B B2 G1 West East F2 C1 F F1 D D1 C EE1 D2 38 Copyright © 2012 ECOADUNA Foundation All Rights Reserved
  39. 39. Now, to conclude by remembrance of how Everything FitsTogether and why no parts and peoples can be ignored…Let us look at a few of these slides, starting with one of themost amazing “synergetic systems,” Our Home… 39
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  42. 42. Modern Times Have Not Stopped Our Ability as Nations and Unions of Nations to do BIG PROJECTS Golden Gate Bridge Bletchley Park and Colossus Brasilia Akashi-Kaikyō Bridge US Interstate SystemUSA and CCCP Space Programs Railroads across North America and Siberia 42
  43. 43. The End … of the Beginning 43 Copyright © 2012 TetraDyn Ltd., All Rights Reserved
  44. 44. CONTACT INFORMATION Martin Dudziak martin@instinnovstudy.org martinjd@tetradyn.com +1 (804) 740-0342 (land) +1 (202) 415-7295 (mobile) +1 (505) 926-1399 (GoogleVoice) Nancy Cimino +1 (703) 724-3880 ncimino@tetradyn.com(alternate) martin.dudziak@gmail.comSkype: martindudziak9400 Windy Cove Ct., Suite “I”, Richmond, VA 23294-6470 44 Copyright © 2012 TetraDyn Ltd., All Rights Reserved

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