Month: September 2014

Follow-up deployment to Cebu, Philippines.

During our initial deployment to the Philippines, following typhoon Haiyan in November 2013, we worked in several areas across the Northern half of the island of Cebu. Our teams built communications infra-structure, provided communication services, ran medical clinics and trained

To logo or not to logo….

We’ve been having some internal discussion about our logo for some time.  The current logo is one that is mostly a homebrew one with some tweaks added over time. Some of the comments we’ve had is that it doesn’t have

Technology & humanitarian aid: follow up mission to Philippines.

Following our successful 4-month deployment to the Philippines which finished last April we have now started planning a follow up mission and are looking for volunteers! The team for the upcoming mission will deploy to Arapal Camp on the island

Upgrading to the iPhone 6? Why not do something useful with your “old” iPhone?

The internet is a-buzz with the #applelive event where we’re seeing the launch of the new iPhone 6 (as well as a whole slew of new i-devices). Die-hard Apple-ites are already chomping at the bit to upgrade their iPhones as

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Disaster Tech Lab partners with US based aviation company.

  Following is a press release that we send out last week: Recognising the potential of airborne platforms during disaster response Sentinel Air LLC and Disaster Tech Lab have entered into a partnership. UAV’s and other airborne platforms are currently

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