Article about the Collaboration between TU Wien and Outernet

In order to avoid the bottle neck of data transfer to remote users TU Wien is collaborating with a new start-up named outernet.

An article illustrating the collaboration and the added-value for SATIDA was just published on different web-portals:

http://science.orf.at/stories/1755939/

http://derstandard.at/2000013431077/Oeffentliche-Bibliothek-der-Menschheit-TU-Wien-beteiligt-sich-an-Outernet

https://science.apa.at/rubrik/natur_und_technik/Outernet_TU_Wien_liefert_Daten_in_Bibliothek_der_Menschheit/SCI_20150325_SCI39391351422877392

https://www.tuwien.ac.at/aktuelles/news_detail/article/9368/

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Visit to the Operational Centre of Doctors without Borders in Barcelona, Spain

Markus Enenkel visited the operational centre of MSF in Barcelona (the “OCBA”) on Monday, 23 March, to prepare for the upcoming field tests in the Central African Republic. In particular the smartphone app, the related questions for all user levels (community health worker, medical team leader and field coordinator), as well as issues related to security were discussed.