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Solar Powered Satellite Mobile Telemedicine

From collapsed Hotel Montana rescue/recovery operations in Port-AU-Prince Haiti shortly after the quake. Same unit also provided tactical communications and situational awareness information for rescue teams. All sustained with solar power for extended deployment in austere environments.

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Comment by Randy Roberson on May 21, 2010 at 7:34pm
Through the use of Ushahidi, Twitter and this solar powered communications soplution we also found target locations with critical needs for our water purification and food distribution efforts. The same unit also charged phones for 12 doctors and even ran two cooling fans in our mobile medical clinic deployments. The marketing of these rapidly deployable solar telemed units (on the for-profit side) is how we are generating financial support for increased humanitarian outreach (on the non-profit side). Please contact me via email or 928-595-1127 for more info. Thanks to Conrad and Medtech-IQ for the exposure here.

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