NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

NANOQ mobile media-centric habitation and work unit has been designed specifically for workers in extreme as well as temperate climates. This mobile unit features renewable powered hydrogen/oxygen energy supply. The energy production comes from vertical axis wind turbine supported by photovoltaic generators and fuel cell. The skin of NANOQ is made of carbon fiber plates combined with vacuum insulation system to keep the cold away in extreme cold environments.

Designer : Anton Markus Pasing

NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

NANOQ mobile media-centric habitation and work unit is designed to incorporate high tech solutions while utilizing sustainable resources. Inside, you’ll find gas heating system, diesel engine, life supports for 3 people up to 15 days.

NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

NANOQ Mobile Media-Centric Habitation and Work Unit

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[Detail Spefication]
SYSTEM INFORMATION

Energy System (Storage)
renewable powered hydrogen/oxygen electricity supply

Energy production:
vertical axis wind turbine supported by photovoltaic generators and fuel cell
energy storage
pressure electrolyser with hydrogen and
oxygen gas tanks

Construction
Skins (Cleading): Carbon Fiber Plates
Thermal Insulation: Vacuum Insulation System
Supporting Structure: Aluminum
Double floor (technical installations)
Artificial Fur as Bodyshell (Alternative)

Emergency Systems:
Gas Heating System
Diesel Engine
Life support for 3 people for up to 15 days

Weight:
Basic Unit 920 kg
Full Unit (without chain drive) 1480 kg

Operation between +10 & – 40 degrees Celsius

Modularity of systems
Towable & Drivable : Dog sled/snow cat/helicopter/chain drive

Stable operation with winds
up to 85 km/hr

Buoyancy: Able to swim in both versions
(minimal & maximal)

Interior:
Natural light source use
Snow smelter
Grey and black water recycling
Snowsmelter
Positiv coloured and illuminated elements
Galley with Restspace
Sauna
Workspace with communication facilities
Laboratory (convertible)
First Aid Facility
Toilet/Shower

Rest bunks:
3 Sleeping/Bed Boxes (stuff)
1 Sleeping/Bed Box (guest)
Effective Area 55,00 square meter
+plus 6,8 square meter additional storage
+plus technical infrastructure spaces

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Stephen Russell says: September 2, 2011

Test one in So Pole?
No India, No Africa.
Looks like WW1 tank when stripped to body alone.
Awesome.
Have Nat Geo co fund??
PR on SyFy Channel, Science, History alone.
Awesome.

Apps for:
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Comm Post.
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Clear forests, debris after wildfires.

stephen russell says: January 14, 2012

Must for Adventure Tourism alone, worldwide.
Huge demand for.
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