Technologies for Disaster-Resilient Communications include:
1) drones i.e., UAVs (unnamed aerial vehicles) and RPAS (remotely-piloted aerial systems),
2) long-range radio (LoRa),
3) delay-tolerant networks (DTN),
4) facial recognition software, and
5) software-defined radio (SDR). UAVs can act as “data ferries,” i.e., receive data from a network of nodes within range, and be flown to & forward data to another network.
The Ateneo Innovation Center (AIC) makes use of smartphones to communicate without the need for data and smartphone and cellphone signals, e.g. the AndFlMsg. The Android Fast Light Message (AndFlMsg) is a combination of FlMsg and FlDigi, radio-supported standard message formats, and runs on highly-portable but low-powered devices such as smartphones. AIC uses transceiver radios to optimize the distance of sound from the transmitter phone, to the receiver phone. The AIC projects verse on disaster-resilient communications include research in UAVs, and solar-powered radio communications.
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DR. GREGORY L. TANGONAN
DR. FABIAN ANTONIO DAYRIT
ENGR. PAUL M. CABACUNGAN
ENGR. CARLOS M. OPPUS
DR. NATHANIEL LIBATIQUE
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