Levar was designed to help workers inside airplane luggage compartments, making their jobs easier and less harmful. It is an equipment made of structural inflatable bags which will determine the product shape depending on which are full of air. The product covers the ground of the compartment and assume ramp-like positions to direct the luggage towards the bottom or the front of the compartment. It has a technology inspired by air-hockey tables that diminishes friction between bags and its surface.

The project was the winner in the Airbus / Unesco Fly Your Ideas contest, amongst more than 6000 students, 618 projects from 384 universities from around the globe and is now being patented.