Monthly Archives: May 2014

Wireless site surveys in disaster zones.

It was in December 2012 at the start of our deployment following hurricane Sandy that we carried out our first wireless signal survey. Our Sandy response effort in the Rockaway area of New York City was our first one in a 1st

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Time to get involved!

You can help Our Fundraising Effort! There are lots of ways you can help us raise the much-needed funds! You can share the link to our GoFundMe page with friends and family: http://www.gofundme.com/9c52vg You can print out our A4 size poster

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Moore Oklahoma, one year on.

It is year ago today that a devastating EF5 tornado tore through parts of Oklahoma and devastating the town of Moore. However what escaped most peoples attention is that the damage wasn’t limited to Moore alone. Even before it hit

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Connecting the Beaver Crossing NE relief effort.

Disaster Tech Lab has been requested to assist the relief effort in Beaver Crossing Nebraska. We will be providing Internet access and related services to the Team Rubicon volunteers working there and if possible will also set up a location

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April 2014 Baxter Springs KS deployment AAR.

Following the conclusion of our deployment to Baxter Springs Kansas we’ve now completed our AAR (After Action Report). The report can be downloaded here.

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Baxter Springs, Kansas KOAM news footage.

Our team deployed in Baxter Springs KS following the recent tornado there was yesterday featured on KOAM news. As mentioned in the feature, now that we’re restored most of the municipal fiber network and installed a number of public wifi

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