Haiti Disaster Relief

In the immediate aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, communication systems and physical infrastructures were crushed, paralyzing search and rescue operations and delaying efforts to provide medical attention to those in need. While many foreign relief volunteers and International Non-government Organizations (INGOs) began deploying portable hospitals and shelters and providing basics such as clean water and security for lost or orphaned children, others looked at ways to provide a critical communications capability for first responders, using software to connect the country’s few remaining communications systems.

Whitepaper

Twisted Pair Instrumental in Haiti Earthquake Response

Learn More

Call our Specialist. He can be reached at:

Dar ZuchVCIOHelia Technologies(403) 668-7895 x200

Category: Case Studies