Extract Water from Fog

"Make Our Fog to Cry and Secure The Future."

In concern of the raising global water crisis we have designed Flycrackers, a unique machine which can extract water from fog.

Use Case

Enrick, a farmer lives with his family near a desert where sea fog flows from shore all over the year. He always scare about the upcoming days because there is not abundant water near because of the ecological problem. He and his family spent time in gathering water for households and harvesting by using available sources and technologies near them but not enough for securing life. So Enrick and his family partnered with Flycrackers. Flycrackers is low cost to afford and use only solar energy to extract abundance of usable water from fog that would allow them to make use of their own water through a safe water tap. Now they can plan for the future they deserves. That's the power of water.

Potential

Flycrackers a real hope for the future water crisis. Team Retrojet believes that reliable access to freshwater would, provide a host of benefits to water-poor regions in the world. That's why we will work globally and have a vital roles to play by sharing our knowledge with the sufferers and help them by offering this beneficial service. Flycrackers installation for fog water collection could provide a consistent water source for water per person per day in order for its residents and their crops and livestock to thrive. In a part of the world that is battling the progressive effects of continuous drought—exhaustion of wells, topsoil erosion, population loss as the land becomes inhospitable to agriculture—using Flycrackers for fog-water collection could be a life-altering adaptation.

Business Case

Flycrackers can extract water from fog by using only solar energy. As it is basis on fog availability so we have to target those farmers and families who are around it. We can target globally because it is seen that fog must be existing in any area vary with season. It has a great impact on rural areas as consumers don't need to worry about the electricity also being a low cost product to afford. Also they can partnered with us that will be another policy to make. Because of its low cost and easy manual to use it will be easy for us to go for a great business market comparing with others.

Objectives:

  1. To creatively tackle water challenges of a rapidly changing world where water and climate interact with food, ecosystems and urbanization.
  2. Saving water, resources, and energy, while enhancing service levels for improved customer care.
  3. We aim to design reliable, sustainable models of water management that can be implemented on local, regional and global levels.

Team Retrojet

Noakhali, Bangladesh

Our Team

A Prototype of Our Flycrackers... / Published February 7, 2017 by Mohammad Hasan Chowdhury

A Prototype of Our Flycrackers...

Water stress by country : 2040 / Published January 29, 2017 by Mohammad Hasan Chowdhury

Water stress by country : 2040

http://www.wri.org/resources/data-sets/aqueduct-projected-water-stress-country-rankings

WHO Drinking Water Fact Sheet- Reviewed November 2016 / Published January 29, 2017 by Mohammad Hasan Chowdhury

WHO Drinking Water Fact Sheet- Reviewed November 2016

http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs391/en/&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwjXu-Dl7ubRAhXBK48KHRKGAgY4ChAWCB8wCA&sig2=rtn77V87YkORyekJs6nkRQ&usg=AFQjCNGgU9TAvj8m0m6CB_DiYSMbc7mw6w

Our Mission

Our planet is 75% covered by water but only 2.5% of that water can be used for drink or harvesting. Agriculture alone can consume 75 to 90% of a region’s available freshwater. Globally, 1.8 billion people still use an unsafe drinking water source. So we came forward to show you a new source of water for harvesting and safe drinking. The main objective of our team is working with the unique machine named as Flycrackers which can convert fog into purified water. Our team is very concerned about the scarcity of usable water throughout the world where fog can use as a source of drinkable water and harvesting to those regions where available. If we start thinking from small regions, we can reach some groups that are related to this problem. That's why we think of with the conversation of fog into water throughout the world which can lead us to our goal to those concern regions like in winter season all over the world when temperature goes down, at the time of snow fall and fog deserts include the Atacama Desert of coastal Chile and Peru, the Baja California Desert of Mexico, the Namib Desert in Namibia, the Arabian Peninsula coastal fog desert, and Biosphere 2, an artificial closed ecosphere in Arizona.

Our Background

Our team is formed by three university students, who knows the importance and care to think about the future of the water crisis. So, we crack one of the easiest source of water present in the atmosphere, which can directly solve the water crisis raising in the world. With this questioning, and our desire to learn more and more, we are thinking of materials and processes that help in how we can supply more and more water throughout the world where needed. The production of water from fog within this fair machine with improved design that will be more accessible to consumers. Thus solving out the solution, which are mainly accessible to the consumer and they can respond positively to our solution.

Our Team

Our Mission

Our planet is 75% covered by water but only 2.5% of that water can be used for drink or harvesting. Agriculture alone can consume 75 to 90% of ...Read More

Our Background

Our team is formed by three university students, who knows the importance and care to think about the future of the water crisis. So, we crack one of ...Read More

The information contained here represents student project ideas developed as the result of brainstorming activities during Round 1 of the TFF Challenge. It does not represent any final business plans or commercial products.