SABRN joined high-profile national and international companies and organisations including BAE Systems, Boeing, CSIRO, Microsoft, Micro-X, Rheinmetall Defence Australia and the University of South Australia at the 2022 Chief of Army Symposium in Adelaide in August.
The Symposium comprised Army Innovation Day, Army Robotics Expo and the Army Quantum Technology Challenge and was used by SABRN to showcase the E-LifePod hospital-to-patient personnel transportation pod.
Interest in the Pod was high throughout the two-day event, and SABRN founder and Managing Director Dr. Abe Chandra said he was delighted with the response.
“This is a very targeted event and the value for us was to connect with a lot of military personnel, particularly in the medical and transport areas, and explain the benefits of the Pod”, Dr. Chandra said.
“The people we spoke with were quick to see the innovation aspects of the Pod and the advantages of hospital-to-patient over the traditional patient-to-hospital model. It’s a new paradigm which will definitely save lives.
“We have successfully expanded the awareness of the Pod and its potential as a miniaturised hospital room. SABRN now has detailed contacts to follow up as this aspect of our business develops”.