Jet Suit gives paramedics superhuman abilities


The costume is inspired by the Iron Man comic book character.

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Our paramedics and first responders are heroes already, so what if they were also endowed with superhuman abilities like the power to fly? In dangerous and difficult terrain, this could give them the opportunity to reach their patients much faster and, hopefully, in time to save their lives.

Now a the new flying jet pack, inspired by the cartoon character Iron Man, gives first responders this ability. The hover suit allows anyone wearing it to literally fly to reach injured or sick people faster and without getting tired.

It is ideal for dangerous terrain that is difficult to access on foot.

The special suit is fitted with 5 mini jet engines which are mounted on the rider’s arms and back and generate an enormous stopping power of 1,050 horsepower. The suit can enable the wearer to achieve record speeds of up to 85 mph (136 km / h) and altitudes of 12,000 feet (3,657 m)).

It is created by Gravity Industries and has also been tested by the Royal Marines for maritime boarding operations.

Have we piqued your curiosity? Do you want to see this jet suit in action? Wondering what other applications it can have? We answer all of these questions and more and bring footage of the Iron Man-inspired jet suit in action.

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