A new carpet tech, designed to work in the desert environment, is being used by one of the biggest discount chains in the world.
The carpet is being created by Costco in collaboration with the American Red Cross, which has a number of other projects in the pipeline, including a new desert project.
Aerial footage of the carpet tech has been released on the website of the Red Cross.
The new carpet technology, which is called JungleCarpet, is able to cover up to 1,000 square metres of ground without a sand barrier, the Red Bull said.
It is expected to be installed in Australia by the end of March.
The technology has been developed with the help of the company’s partner, the American Institute of Architects, who were also involved in developing the technology.
The company said it is being deployed in the Philippines, Kenya, Thailand and India.
Costco said JungleCarracet was the first in a series of new carpet technologies being tested in the US.
The US is also using the technology to help combat the spread of malaria, it said.