Friday, April 21 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Building Connectivity in the Jungle LIMITED

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How do you implement high-tech gear for disaster recovery, refugee camps, or medical missions? Cell service is spotty, unavailable , or jammed for disasters, and other networking infrastructure is simply not available. Technology today is built for the modern world where you can count on a steady internet connection, so existing solutions do not work. Lori Most will walk you through the challenges for humanitarians working in remote locations. She will present how her team embraced the challenge and built a mobile patient-tracking system that shares data across a team of devices without the internet, and can also upload patient data to the cloud when the system finds connectivity.

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Jason More

Application Engineer, Jason More
Jason is one of the few people who can successfully take a project from a great idea to a clean and well-tested code base, all the way through successful and quick deployments. His ability to create thoughtful user interfaces, along with well architected back end systems, coupled... Read More →
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Lori Most

CEO, Binary Bridge, SBC
Founder and CEO of BinaryBridge, SBC - a start-up that builds hi-tech solutions for global humanitarians and underserved communities in low-middle income countries. | Our product, BackpackEMR, is a rugged, portable patient-tracking system that works offline, shares data without the... Read More →

Friday April 21, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm
MCC Room 206 1301 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55403
  • Host Organization IoT Fuse
  • Technical Difficulty Level 2