BLUETOWN live in Iraq with a large humanitarian organization
A large humanitarian organization recently installed BLUETOWN’s solution at their facilities in the Domiz refugee camp, Iraq. The users – which include the Sardam Youth Center – are very excited. Previously, any connectivity relied on the 3 hours a day there were power in the grid, and with no generator readily available. Now, with BLUETOWN’s solar-powered battery solution, humanitarian staff and refugees have access to stable and reliable internet connectivity. It helps them maneuver the tough situation they have been placed in.
This marks BLUETOWN’s increasing commitment to respond to the communication challenges imposed by disasters. Areas prone to disasters such as typhoons, epidemics, etc., often face similar obstacles: traditional communication equipment is too costly; deployment after disaster has struck is too slow; and power is either unstable or unavailable.
BLUETOWN’s new Quick Deployment Solution is designed to address these challenges. It is powered by the sun, significantly more affordable than traditional telecom equipment and comes readily available in-a-box to be deployed in just 1 day. The Quick Deployment Solution will significantly improve emergency response communication during future disasters.