Dew Sail


A new device to harvest dew in situations of water shortage

Dew occurs all around the world, making dew harvesting a potential form of water collection that can help to combat lack of water in extreme situations. The function of Dew Sail is to harvest dew during the night for the purpose of collecting drinking water. It can support survival in deserts and other environments with minimal water. Although a dew harvesting solution may not fully hydrate someone in an emergency situation, it may keep them going long enough to find safety and other sources, thus becoming adaptable to several scenarios.


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