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Deviating from Supercar to Ventilator Production, McLaren’s Unique Response to Pandemic Management

With innovation being the central concern, three big UK based companies are racing to offer high end ventilators in bulk to resonate with skyrocketing Covid-19 cases in the country.
The UK is likely to join forces for their quick amalgamation, encouraging the ambitious UK ventilator race amidst prolonged aftermath of COVID-19 outbreak across the world. In this regard, automotive manufacturer, McLaren is one of the pioneering companies that has invested aggressively towards developing mass scale ventilators.
McLaren has also encouraged other relevant market participants to invest resources in developing high end ventilators to cater to increasing number of cases. Mentioning further in this light, Boddingtons has freshly invested in developing moulded components such as assembly to align with mass production of ventilators in the UK in the face growing disease instances.
The entities are striving to develop as many as 10,000 ventilators for NHS hospital aimed at combatting the deadly virus. Other top-notch companies who are also willingly participating in the unique challenge comprise several names such as Ford, Airbus, BAE Systems, Smiths and Rolls Royce amongst others.
The participants in the unique consortium to develop bulk ventilators catering to corona virus crisis are from diverse walks of life, all excellent at their respective fields.
Ventilator Challenge is classified into two big phases comprising Project Oyster and Project {penguin, both overlooking the successful launch of additional testing mechanisms.
Recent sources affirm UK’s decision to initially acquire a grand total of over 30,000 ventilators for which NHS is delineating written agreements to supply ventilators against an upfront payment of 4million pounds by NHS.
Besides developing ventilators, market behemoths such as McLaren is also considering development of advanced equipment to test the efficacy of the newly developed ventilators, besides ensuring am error-free production schedule.