To enable a remote energy access and a quick water filtration a product is needed, which performs modularity and mobility and combines function with asthetics. The system of SOLA is based on an individual energy and water amount and allows through a effective technology and a smart application to be used in daily life without loosing its desirability to be self aware for a thought-out personal energy economy.
Eva is a selfemployed product designer working on ecological concepts in experiments, but always focused on User Experience. She studied at the Hochschule für Gestaltung, Offenbach and Kunsthochschule Weißensee, Berlin, where she is currently working as a lecturer in folding techniques. She believes that modern sustainable products have to combine smart technology and desirable application to beware a natural relation between humans and their environment for a modern Sustainability.
Srijna is a doctorate student from Nepal, currently working at the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Landscape Research, within the project "Innovating Strategies to safeguard Food Security using Technology andKnowledge Transfer: A people-centred Approach". She previously studied Physics at Bard College, NY and then went on to complete a masters' in Natural Resource Management at Humboldt University, Berlin. She believes that her pursuit of a vocation in Environmental Management has afforded her the greatest opportunity to achieve her goal of harnessing the local capacity in developing countries to absorb, digest and act upon the globally available yet unimplemented knowledge of sustainable resource use. A truth to live by - scientific findings are only as valuable as their ability to reach and impact the lives of the general public.