The mobile cell technology lab of the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Marine Biotechnology and Cell Technology consists of an all-terrain, four-wheel-drive truck and a self-unloading lab container. Within 14 m² (150.7 ft²), there is a fully equipped cell culture lab that allows the analysis and preservation of sample material directly on-site. The lab boasts an autonomous energy supply through a solar collector and power generator. It has been designed for any use, even in remote areas and on rough terrain. Regardless of the truck, the lab container can be set down on any terrain on four adjustable support feet. Air conditioning keeps the room temperature constant during sample processing. A satellite antenna secures worldwide communication capability and allows the immediate processing and sending of data and images. The compact equipment, which includes an OR table, sterile workbench, centrifuge, autoclave, incubator, freezer and nitrogen tank, allows researchers to perform direct on-site sample analysis and preservation. The mobile lab also has a trailer that offers space for a 6-m (19.7 ft.) rubber dinghy with diving equipment intended for sampling in the North and Baltic Sea.