The modern jet suit tested successfully in a mock exercise to save the injured. The exercise conducted at mountainous lake district, where a paramedic wearing jet suit reached a point of causality in just 90 seconds.
The jet suit is invented by Richard Browning, 41 years old British inventor and owner of Gravity Industries Ltd. The effort to develop suit for paramedics materialized after a year-long discussion between the gravity industry and Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS).
Andy Mawson, the director of operations and paramedic at GNAAS exclaimed that it is ‘ownsome’. “the exercise has demonstrated the exceptional protentional of this suit to deliver critical care service”. The jet pack helps to cover the on-foot distance of 25 minutes in just 90 seconds. Also, with the jet suit, a medical care provider can scale up to 3117ft.
The suit has two jet engines on both arms similar to those used in jet aircraft. For elevation, the arms move toward the ground, and if arms flare up the movement goes down. The portion of machine on the back allows movement and coordination to be controlled.
Richard Browning, the inventor of the gravity jet suits says that “earlier more than 100 flight have been performed in 30 different countries and all remained successful”. The test flights are taken on mountains, plains and over seawater.
Richard Browning in the gravity flight suit breaks the Guinness World Record of “the fastest speed in a body-controlled jet engine powered suit”. The jet suit price is 340,000 pounds according to the inventor.
The unsatisfied nature of men has enabled him to get unprecedented inventions which have transformed the landscape of the modern world. The seemingly imaginary characters of the movies now shown up in realty. The invention of the jet suit shows that one day a common man will be able to soar in the skies like an Iron man.