In the Media

We are lucky enough that our efforts have already received media attention. Below are links to some articles about TeamOSV.

March 15, 2020
Featured in Business Post

The open source ventilator is not only a thing, but it’s being tackled at lightning speed by at least one group aiming to have a low-cost, easy-to-assemble ventilator design finished, validated and up and in production at lightning speed to meet the pressing ventilator problem worldwide. - Aaron Rogan, Business Post

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March 17, 2020
Open Source Ventilator Project Featured in VICE

After getting some very helpful information and positive reinforcement from experienced front line professionals on the Open Source COVID19 Medical Supplies group and researching elsewhere, I knew that a small, simple and automated ventilator would be a valuable commodity, so I started the GitLab project." - Trevor Smale

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March 18, 2020
Featured in TelecomTV

The open source ventilator is not only a thing, but it’s being tackled at lightning speed by at least one group aiming to have a low-cost, easy-to-assemble ventilator design finished, validated and up and in production at lightning speed to meet the pressing ventilator problem worldwide. - Ian Scales, Telecom TV

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March 18, 2020
Featured in Electronics Weekly

There are actually a lot of similar ideas on the web, some of them of dubious quality, but this one seems to be the real deal – being designed by engineers and medical folk, and built around an existing hand-operated medical ventilator. - Steve Bush, Electronics Weekly

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March 18, 2020
Featured in The Irish Times

Mr Keogh told The Irish Times he thought it would be unlikely that the finished product would be used by the HSE itself unless in extreme emergencies as they likely have sufficient equipment. However, he added it could be used in an emergency locally and also in other countries that don’t have as many resources. […]

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March 18, 2020
Featured in Forbes

It doesn't matter where you are, it doesn’t matter what your skillset is, what time zone you're in, if you can contribute in a group to these large scale projects, you can have very high-impact results in a very short amount of time - Colin Keogh

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March 19, 2020
Featured in Techcrunch

In a great example of what can happen when smart, technically-oriented people come together in a time of need, an open-source hardware project started by a group including Irish entrepreneur Colin Keogh and Breeze Automation CEO and co-founder Gui Calavanti has produced a prototype ventilator using 3D-printed parts and readily available, inexpensive material. -Tech Crunch

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March 20, 2020
Featured in Archinect

With news of COVID-19 affecting individuals across the globe, hospitals and medical clinics are experiencing a shortage in supplies such as ventilators, respirators, and personal protective equipment (PPE). However, as news of the virus spreads, design professionals are banning together with medical professionals and engineers to find solutions to the shortage. - Archinect

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March 20, 2020
Featured in Silicon Republic

So far, the team has been “blown away by the support”, according to Keogh, who said the current global health crisis is “showing how willing people are to row in behind each other for the greater good and contribute their skills”. - Silicon Republic

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March 21, 2020
Featured on RTÉ News

"We put a call out to the world saying give us your expertise and send us your ideas. The response has been amazing" - Colin Keogh

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March 26, 2020
Featured in Irish Tech News

The engineering sector must continue to develop new innovations and solutions to support the vital work of frontline healthcare staff in the challenge against the Covid-19 pandemic, Engineers Ireland’s Director General Caroline Spillane has said. -Irish Tech News

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March 26, 2020
featured in Engineers Ireland

Engineers from across Ireland have come together to deliver healthcare solutions and devise new medical innovations in response to the global COVID- 19 pandemic, it has been revealed. -Engineers Ireland

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March 28, 2020
Featured in Fortune

Crowdsourcing vs. coronavirus: Inside the global push to 3D-print masks and ventilator parts - Fortune

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March 31, 2020
Featured in The New York Times

From Ireland to Seattle, makers and engineers are creating open-source versions of much-needed medical equipment. The New York Times

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April 1, 2020

Colin Keogh is a founding member of the open source ventilator project to design and make low cost ventilators -Press Reader

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April 3, 2020
Featured in Horticulture Connected

If there was ever a time when you had to rely on your entrepreneurial spirit, and the characteristics that enabled you to create a business, it is now. As well as being optimistic and resilient, entrepreneurs by their nature are highly innovative, creative and risk-taking. These are important traits in the current economic environment. -Horticulture […]

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April 3, 2020
Featured in EIT-Health

Meet the 3000-plus team of experts developing low-cost ventilators in response to supply shortages EIT-Health

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April 6, 2020
Featured in Virgin Orbit

Our hats are off to the hardworking teams at universities like MIT, Rice, and the University of Toronto, and at open source initiatives like Protofy.xyz in Spain and Open Source Ventilator Ireland. - Virgin Orbit

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April 8, 2020
Featured in Purpose town

A team of engineers and specialists in medical devices gathered in Galway are finalising the prototype of an emergency ventilator for use in treating critically-ill Covid-19 patients. -Purpose Town

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April 10, 2020
Featured in Engineers Ireland

Engineers from across Ireland have come together to deliver healthcare solutions and devise new medical innovations in response to the global COVID- 19 pandemic. -Engineers Ireland

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@CRUXappHardware CRUX Open Source ventilator. I should say, Bangladesh First Open Source Turbine Based Ventilator. Honestly, it's not 100% ready yet, but we have done the major part and made it open source which clearly first time in our country. SIMV mode has been integrated.

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