There is an increased risk of extreme weather disasters, where the number of climate related disasters has tripled in the last 30 years. Today one in 33 people worldwide need humanitarian assistance or protection, more than any time since the Second World War. It is clear that modernised technological solutions are required to lessen this need and provide protection to both human life and the environment..Explore STORK STM
Despite all the technological advances, human life is still being put in dangerous and hostile environments which could result in injury or death. These environments range from warzones and natural disasters, to hazardous work within the agriculture industry with chemicals and machinery. We have the opportunity to resolve this by implementing autonomous solutions and protecting human life.Explore STORK STM
In many industries there is a tendency to carry over existing designs and components into new products. As a result, a lot of these products end up being slightly different versions of the product before. This approach is extremely inefficient as opposed to first principles engineering where problems are broken down into their most basic elements and reassembled from the ground up without the bias of previous products. First principles engineering ensures solutions are optimised without compromise.