Along with the shelter and plastic raised platform, Life Cube comes equipped with a table, food, water, communications, first-aid, warmth, bedding, sanitation, and wash station. Optional equipment, like an electrical system with 12-volt battery, solar panel trickle charger, lighting, electric pump, and communications station, propane system with cooking stove and catalytic heater or an infrastructure system with table and telescopic uprights for wind support, could also be included.
Life Cube can easily be delivered to a disaster site, and can be used as a mobile command station or even for non-emergency purposes like outdoor events. You can even have your company’s logo printed on it which leads us to wonder if some brands might be interested in sponsoring emergency shelters. Can’t you just see it now, a hundred Life Cubes lined up with the Coca-Cola logo imprinted all over the tents?