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Education: teach maker skills, electronics, programming, drone and robotmaking for protection, communication and development of DIY helper services. Mobile labs teach skills and rapidly share new tools and techniques. Drones for good + maker culture!
Humanity Relay is a atrocity prevention and protection networking system which can act right upon receiving rescue signals locally and bring offline messages to online global network to mobilize global participation to help people out of atrocity
Biking systems should be improved in developing countries - bikes made by locals from local supplies (new design). Potential energy source for other listed concepts involving electronic devices and a potential escape mechanism in some situations.
Like with human body where a steady pulse indicates normal functioning & no pulse implies emergency, creating a system that facilitates sending a steady pulse signal (hourly/daily) in normal situation, and stoppage in pulse signal indicates emergency
Imagine a world where everyday objects are cameras that film every human rights violation safely. This is what Videre does. Straddling the worlds of media and technology, we have a proven approach that streams information from hard-to-access areas.
This project is designed to comprehensively leverage all data available via social media to help practitioners understand and respond to dynamic crises and conflicts. Visual presentation here: http://bit.ly/HUchallenge
Introduce Peace Intelligence (PI) as a parallel to Business Intelligence (BI), leveraging the best BI software, algorithms, and teams to integrate current data and present in real time in visualized dashboards building a self-sustaining PI cycle.
Program satellites that have thermographic cameras to recognize & alert when they detect bond fires that are arranged at a set distance and pattern. The cameras can detect temperature changes in day or night conditions.
Use the different frequencies of prisms and light sources to communicate different messages to a hub. Build a system for optical signal regeneration, reshaping and wavelength conversion, to convert the analog light frequency to a digital signal