To deploy a “plug & play” emergency telecommunication network for communication, zone mapping and response planning.
By spreading a large number of mobile telecommunication network nodes we are able to set up an emergency network, while the fixed telecommunication infrastructure is down. The nodes will be solid and highly durable, with an attachable balloon working as an antenna enabling greater coverage. This makes it possible to instantly track cell phones by using techniques such as triangulation, in an effort to make search and rescue more efficient.
Having deployed the nodes in strategic positions allows us to create virtual zones of the disaster area. We will then be able to display all active and inactive devices on a virtual map, with an overlay of the zones of the disaster area. Having an overview of this use of the data will provide an excellent basis for the rescue operation to direct orders to the most affected zones.
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