Relator (Relativistic Rotor) | Make Sense Out of Mars

Awards & Nominations

Relator (Relativistic Rotor) has received the following awards and nominations. Way to go!

Global Nominee

The Challenge | Make Sense Out of Mars

Develop a sensor to be used by humans on Mars.

Human as the best sensor on Mars

Innovative high capacity flywheel energy storage system which has wide specter of use, one of them is creating artificial magnetic field on Mars to protect human from Sun radiation

Relator (Relativistic Rotor)


George Kachlishvili - high qualified physicist, engineer, designer, inventor.

Alex Gudushauri - MBA, specialist in business administration and project management.


We tried look on sensor subject from different angle. We think that the best sensor on Mars can be human.

As we know, Mars magnetic field is too weak to protect human from sun radiation, we think that the best way to solve this issue is to make artificial magnetic field, which requires huge amount of energy. Regarding this, we created innovative high capacity flywheel energy storage system which can contain up to 1 GWh in 1 cubic meter. Specification:

Efficiency 97% (+-1);

Energy lose during 1 year – 7%;

Lifetime – unlimited;

Very high magnetic moment.

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