- Here are some highlights of the WGET 2015 as part of Humanitarian ICT Week
- — Alexandra S Levesque (@alexandrasl)Wed, Apr 29 2015 05:29:57
- One of this year's topic: providing telecommunications support to affected communities
- — Thuraya Telecom (@ThurayaTelecom)Wed, Apr 29 2015 05:53:21
- — Alexandra S Levesque (@alexandrasl)Wed, Apr 29 2015 05:32:12
- — CDAC Network (@CDACN)Thu, Apr 30 2015 12:29:23
- The Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) announces its new strategy for 2020
- — Meg Sattler (@megsattler)Wed, Apr 29 2015 05:49:15
- Why is #commisaid so important?
- — Alexandra S Levesque (@alexandrasl)Wed, Apr 29 2015 07:44:03
- What role can Mobile Network Operators play?
- — Olly Parsons (@ollyparsons)Wed, Apr 29 2015 10:58:42
- — Meg Sattler (@megsattler)Wed, Apr 29 2015 10:59:01
- Experiences are shared by AsiaCell (Iraq), Roshan (Afghanistan), Smart (Philippines) & UNOCHA
- — Olly Parsons (@ollyparsons)Wed, Apr 29 2015 11:05:11"MNOs often viewed simply as "sales people" and only asked to be partners @ times of crisis - this process needs to begin sooner" #WGETForum
- — yahsat (@yahsatofficial)Wed, Apr 29 2015 15:35:37Innovation brings flexibility. Many operators previously provided one size fits all solutions; we offer scalable Gbps capability #WGETForum
- What challenges does data and technology present?
- — Souktel Mobile (@souktel)Wed, Apr 29 2015 20:02:19
- — CDAC Network (@CDACN)Wed, Apr 29 2015 10:14:39
Unveiling Digital Aid at the 2015 WGET in Dubai
The Working Group on Emergency Telecommunications (WGET) is an open forum where those involved in disaster response and telecommunications discuss recent experiences, consider new technologies and build partnerships that will ensure a better response in future crises. www.WGETforum.org
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