Safe Origami Shelter (SOS) Concept

U.S. Patent Pending # 62769938

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1)  Our SOS design blends perfectly into existing classroom decor; therefore, it is not noticeable that a bullet-proof shelter is in place.  The proposed constructed material for wall panel is combination of our highly rated Poly-Ethylene and steel plates. 

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2)  During an emergency, our SOS wall panels can be unfolded and converted easily into an effective "bullet-proof" shelter by a simple sliding action. 

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3)  The built-in triangular roof panels then form a stable roof-top that completely shield the shelter into a tank-like compartment.  SOS is locked from inside; therefore, it cannot be opened from outside. 

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4)  Once inside, a teacher or a student can lock the shelter and can monitor exterior environment using built-in camera/monitor set up, and also communicate with school's command center via an intercom.

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5)  Our SOS can be installed in any environment where people gather, work,, and play, and it is not just for school classrooms. The three-panel design creates approximately 50 sq ft. of space, and hold approximately 30-40 students standing comfortably.

6)  The SOS is a temporary solution during an emergency shooting incident, and it is not designed to be a permanent shelter.​